Printer-friendly CSS for OneUI?

I have an application which is based heavy on the XPages Framework available on OpenNTF. When printing a document most of the images used for styling disappear. However I would like to provide an even more printer-friendly style-sheet. For example the left navigation, footer etcetera I do not found so very interesting to print.

But before I set up a custom CSS, has anyone done this before and is willing to share it?

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2 comments on “Printer-friendly CSS for OneUI?
  1. Patrick Picard says:

    The wiki project might have one (im not sure if ibm fully released the wiki template for the public wikis).

    I know you can print nicely now..

  2. yes I know, It is much better now, but still not optimal.

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