Good morning, all,
I first noticed these issues last night when I was generating a blue card for a scout who had just completed Cooking MB. I’ve posted some redacted screenshots below to help explain the issue.
- “Background” information like BSA logos and some of the reference text appears to be missing from the blue card PDF.
- Completed blue card is showing every requirement, rather than just indicating complete. This is not necessarily a bug, per se, but seems like a change from previous behavior that I didn’t see documented.
Any thoughts on what’s going on, or did I stumble across a new “undocumented feature” as my C++ instructor called them?
ETA: Oops. Apparently I can’t spell. I’m exhibiting all of my engineering stereotypes this morning…
It looks like you forgot to check the Print on Blank Paper box.
There is no bug - you are printing on the Supply Group Blue Cards - you can click print on blank paper and you see the things mentioned
head-desk I didn’t remember having to check the extra box in the past. Maybe blank used to be the default?
Seems weird that the grid lines still print, though. I guess the printable blue cards contain the logos and some of the backgrounds, but not other stuff. Never used them before.
The printable blue card forms do contain the logo and some other pre-printed information. The grid lines print because not all were manufactured on perforated stock.
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