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The output is fine as long as the table is not long enough to extend beyond one page. If the table is longer than a page, FireFox 2.0 truncates it. Mozilla 1.7 behaves the same way. I have tried both browsers on Windows XP and Solaris platforms, with identical results. I can't say whether FireFox 1.5 had the same problem, because I upgraded before I started outputting large tables.
The same issue seems to have been brought up before (by Mr. Simon Wheatley on 17 June 2005), but I see no replies. It looks like this has never been fixed or, if it has, old behavior has slipped back into FireFox 2.0.
Anyone else see this or have a fix?
I've been aware of this bug for a while, it was certainly present in both Firefox 1.0 and 1.5. It seems very unfortunate that it could not be fixed in Firefox 2.0.
You can try controlling the page margins and page breaks with CSS. I've not tested whether this would help solve this particular cut-off problem, but the following thread from our CSS forum might give you some pointers:
Basically, if you can divide your table into smaller tables which will fit on a standard page, you might be about to work around the issue. :)