Are you sure that the interval page setting is correct ?
Please note that FileMaker is also restoring the setting when you indicated for instance: from page 7 to page 7.
Please let us know...
Ooops excuse me Barry...
But this is a known issue when using an old FileMaker version with a modern Mac Operating System.
No known workaround except buying an update...
I am trying to print only the first page and the interval is set from 1 to 1
I also tried ti with interval set from 1 to 10 and also with it set to "All".
In all cases, it printed only the last record on the report.
ummm .... not what I wanted to hear ... I am quite happy with my Filemaker 9 .. or was until yesterday!!!
Sounds like I have to bite the bullet and spring for anew version of filemaker.
I was mistaken about the workaround. "Save as PDF" gets only the last record on the report. The only workaround I have been able to implement is a screen save of the report.
From what I read here and from personal experience, FileMaker has some huge issues regarding printing, at least on Mac OS. For many versions of FileMaker and many OS X versions (currently 10.7.5) FileMaker will not print multiple copies of anything. The work around is to save as PDF then print the required number of copies from the Preview application. This is worse than unacceptable. All other applications print as expected. This is not an OS issue. It's a FileMaker issue.
At my own knowledge, all supported FMP versions will work correctly on both Mac OS 10.7 and 10.8.
Theses prints options problems are supposed to be related to anachronistic versions of Mac OS X and FileMaker.
But maybe i am wrong ?
Here are some related links i am based on :
IMHO it's a known issue with FM older than 11. Never tried FM9 under Mountain Lion - but should be the same as with FM10 (issues with printing options under ML)
Thank you for the post.
Fred is correct about the previous reports:
FileMaker 10 and earlier versions of FileMaker have not been tested or certified with Mac OS X Mountain Lion. These products were developed and released before Mac OS X v10.8 Mountain Lion became available.
While these earlier versions may install and run on Mac OS X v10.8 Mountain Lion, you may encounter installation and stability issues for which there is no resolution. We strongly recommend you use current FileMaker software.
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