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iOS 9.3.1 9.7" iPad Pro can I print a sketch?

l_l_ Member Posts: 5
i don't seem to find the print command in the mobile version. Is it the same as with exporting a STL that I have to open the drawing in the browser version on the computer to export or print? ( I know I can take a screen shot and print that but it's not what I am looking for)

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  • Erich_KochErich_Koch Member Posts: 25 ✭✭
    Printing a "Drawing" in Safari does not exists (!?). There is no way of printing, however you can print from Chrome. In Chrome tap the three bars next to "Onshape", upper left corner, select "Print", then a PDF screen of the drawing appears. Then on the upper right corner tap the ⬆️ (Square with an Up arrow) and select "Print".

  • rbaekrbaek Moderator, Onshape Employees, Developers Posts: 77
    l_ said:
    i don't seem to find the print command in the mobile version. Is it the same as with exporting a STL that I have to open the drawing in the browser version on the computer to export or print? ( I know I can take a screen shot and print that but it's not what I am looking for)
    @l_ There is currently no functionality to export into different files types. We are currently working on implementing an export functionality. Please note that it will require an account for some sort of cloud storage (iCloud, Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.) as iOS does not have any local storage (other than photos) that we can export to.

    The current workaround is to print on the desktop client.
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