Can you please restore the ability to print to PDF throughout mint?

In January of 2018, I was able to print the prior year's Budget, Income by Merchant complete with colored pie chart, and spending by category using Firefox's print to PDF functionality. Yesterday, I was getting ready for a meeting with my financial planner who does not have wifi in his office, and I needed to print the same reports year to date. I got blank pages, so I switched to chrome and got a slightly more inclusive display, but the Trends menu took up half the first page so that the bar graphs were distributed across two pages and then the financial breakdown was cut off leaving out the totals. I hope you can restore this functionality.

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