Invoice Printing

L. D. James ljames at
Thu Oct 20 09:26:15 EDT 2016

Hi, Geert.  I'm almost certain that renaming the Gnucash folder and 
allowing it to create a new default configuration resolved the OP's issue.

I'll loose all his customization.  If he cared to he could rename the 
old folder back so that he can assist you in debugging the culprit and 
regain the time spent over the years in creating his most ideal reports.

-- L. James

L. D. James
ljames at

On 10/19/2016 04:20 PM, Geert Janssens wrote:
> On Wednesday 19 October 2016 13:33:39 Donald Hill wrote:
>> I’ve tried exporting the invoice as a PDF but again only blank.
>> Have removed ADBlocker that I installed and all extensions. Tried
>> changing my default browser to IE and EDGE still not working.
>> Very baffled by this
>> Donald
> As asked in a previous mail, can you post the contents of the gnucash
> trace file for the gnucash session in which you try to print the invoice
> ? Information on finding the proper trace file can be found here [1]
> Note that there are likely many trace files still lingering on your
> system. The best approach here in to move them all in a subdirectory,
> then start gnucash, try to print your invoice (to the point you get the
> blank screen) and then close gnucash again. At this point there should
> only be one trace file left. Please post it here.
> Regards,
> Geert
> [1][
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