I have a nested map capsule on a hub, when I printed the hub, the list of locations on the map stay nested, but the map itself covers text. I'll post a picture of the issue when I get my phone charged enough to turn it on.
It seems to be affecting all hubs. I printed out a few hubs and only the ones with map capsules had an issue:
@melbel Thanks for the information.
I was, indeed, able to reproduce the map rendering issue when I tried to print.
I have sent this to our engineering team to be addressed.
Thanks again for being so helpful!
I just tested in Chrome 21 and this issue should now be resolved.
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