Tagged: Coding, DotNet
The new IDE print function is really nice, esp since it can show line numbers that make reviews easier to follow.
If you do a print and get the line numbers right but your source code is all gibberish, look to the printer-specific options in the Advanced form of the printing popup.
The graphic below shows that the typical office HP PS printer will default to having TrueType fonts be substituted with a device font that is loaded on the printer. Most likely the device "hardfont" will not map characters exactly. Just switch the option to "Download as Softfont" and your code will come out the way you want it.
Hope it helps!