Can you fix that?
Apparently you can. There are two little letters inside a bricks URL that tell the bricks if you are on Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari on a Mac (like me). Most bloggers seem to be on PCs, so for me running into a coupon I want to print from someone's blog link was always frustrating. Now, from tracking down comments on several blogs, I've figured out how to change the URL in my browser to be the one I want and VOILA I can print the coupon.
Internet Explorer on a PC Bricks:
Firefox on a PC Bricks:
Safari on a Mac Bricks:
Find a link you can't print, look at the url. Change those two letters (that I've identified in the above URL) to wi or vi for Internet Explorer, wg or vg for Firefox, and xs for Safari, and it should print. (For the either or choices, try one and if it doesn't work try the other) I tested it out on a coupon link I couldn't print before, and just printed it. Wendi first blogged about this issue here, but I've added more two-letter options. So, thanks Wendi, I found your post AFTER I struggled to decode this and wrote THIS post! Wish I'd found you sooner.
I feel like I just found gold and conquered my html-challenged inadequacies both. I hope you found this information helpful. Please forward it to your coupon printing friends so that they may reap the rewards of their new found coupon gold! And, please comment on this post if this works for you, or if it doesn't and requires further research!