Hi Peter, banners are not included in the generated pdf of the invoice. Is that intentional?

Hi Peter, banners are not included in the generated pdf of the invoice. Is that intentional?

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Peter Connor Staff December 19, 2015

Yep, cause that’s what gets printed usually. So the client web view has header (branding, upsell etc). But, the printed version we took it out. Also some big accounting product suck in the pdf’s so you want them to be plan.
We might change that over time or with demand. This is v1 so we’re just testing it out – nobody else is doing it so we’ve nothing to go against.
What would be your preference.

  1. focuswebsolutions December 19, 2015
    I absolutely agree, no one wants to waste paper/ink/distraction on a banner on a financial document.
    An option would be great though to override it. I only set up banner on my estimate template and it would be nice to have it as part of my branding even when printed.
  2. focuswebsolutions December 19, 2015
    I can print it using the browser though and it gave me satisfactory results (except that the Actions menu in the sidebar printed over the banner). If #client-view-actions-sidebar is excluded from the print stylesheet it is a perfect workaround.
  3. focuswebsolutions December 19, 2015
    Thanks for the background info though.
    I started to really like Bullet. :)
  4. focuswebsolutions December 19, 2015
    And Stripe reduced their rate from 2.4% to 1.4% as of today so my cost for the Enhanced Invoicing app is covered. :)
  5. Peter Connor December 19, 2015
    Indeed the option would be good - we'll make it smarter as time goes on.
    I'm delighted you like Bullet, we're alway improving it. Products like this are big and slow to work on. We our new onboarding, invoices, and todos started back in March!
    I know, I think that's the credit card companies not stripe but good of them to pass it on. I'm sure fire wont be happy.

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