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By RedLeaf, history, 13 days ago, In English,

Introducing a self-written chrome extension supporting friendly print on codeforces problems, tutorials, and blog entries! It is open source and free to use!

This extension removes side bars, top menu, ... on web page so that unwanted elements will not appear when you print. This extension provides a simple UI so that users can choose to print only some of the problems on the tutorial page! For more intro and screenshots, please visit the github repo.

It would be my pleasure to share my work with the codeforces community. I will be glad to hear some feedback and comments (but hopefully not bug reports XD)!

To install the extension, please follow the steps below.

  1. Download and extract it from the given release page.
  2. Go to chrome://extensions(Simply type it in the address bar).
  3. Turn on developer mode. Then press "Load unpacked" button.
  4. Select the extracted folder(name of the folder should be CF-FriendlyPrint-0.1.0 by default).
  5. You've finished installing the extension!

(I found a blog that explains how to install extensions in detail and with pictures. Hope it helps!)

 
 
 
 
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Auto comment: topic has been updated by RedLeaf (previous revision, new revision, compare).

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This is a great plugin. But please consider using the electronic form before printing for the sake of our environment. Thanks.

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    Thanks spookywooky! This extension also supports print as PDF so that users can read offline. I guess it might provide better reading experience on mobile devices since users are less likely to trigger side bars while reading.

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I'm getting this error on Chromium (Ubuntu):

Loading... Reopen the extension when the webpage is fully loaded...

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    Hi adiah, thanks for trying my extension!

    The extension starts working after the web page is fully loaded (including loading tutorials), before that the extension will show Loading... Reopen the extension when the webpage is fully loaded.... Please reopen the extension (click on the extension icon again) after the page is fully loaded.