I went to a question on this m.s.e. and printed it, expecting to see the page as it had appeared in the browser window. But the mathematical notation appears in the printed copy as unrendered TeX code. Is this normal? Can something be done about it?
Printing an answer by id is now supported on StackPrinter.
To print a specific answer:
To print a specific answer keeping the question:
Have a look to the Api doc.
I printed it as a pdf and all the math is typeset neatly. I did not try printing directly to a printer since I do not have access to one now. You could try to print it as a pdf and then try to print it using a printer. I am on Chrome Version $23.0.1271.64$ on Mac OS X $10.7.5$.
For what it's worth, I have a Linux system and there is a command called import. This is done from a terminal window, I type in import filename.jpg as a command, at that point the usual mouse arrow now appears as peculiar crosshairs. I then click on the web browser, which is just Firefox. The result is the creation of a jpeg called filename.jpg in the directory from which i called the import command. Perhaps other types of machine have such a screen capture available.