Description of the issue:
On some websites, especially edx.org, when saving a website as PDF, I can’t select the text or it’s just some gibberish (reversed). I can select the top text in the picture, but not the text in the green box.
It works on Safari though. It’s probably a Chromium problem, bc it’s the same issue on Chrome.
I actually cannot get this site to load at all in Brave, Chrome or Firefox so I’m wondering if there’s an issue with the site going on right now in general. That said, I did try downloading some other PDF files with Brave and everything seems to work as expected. For example, here’s a PDF of the BAT Whitepaper I downloaded in Brave:
I tried this with some others as well with the same result so I’m not entirely convinced that the issue you linked to is what we’re seeing here in Brave.
Yes, you need an account even for free courses, but I meant saving a website as a PDF from the print menu (cmd+P). If you go to the quizz/exams and save it as a PDF, the text is corrupted. I haven’t encountered it elsewhere bc most of the time, I download articles as PDF.
Downloading PDFs never was an issue.
Also nice about the new feature, I’ve been waiting years for that.