On your answer you actually give me one more reason why a search should be a GET (for bookmarking).
Although this is not the case, is for internal ajax requests handling, but the same concept still applies.
The only circonstance I can imagine using a POST instead of a GET on this is it the data to be passed to the server is such that there's a chance of overloading the URL max size standards. Otherwise, its a GET!!!
Not a real answer, but a bit more info. I saved your source and looked at it with Chrome21 and FF15. In print preview, FF gets it right but Chrome behaves as you describe.
Me, I'd be tempted to use CSS rather than inline styling. Then you can use media-specific stuff to control screen and print styling independently.
Did the research I should have done before posting. I looked at one of my sites where I have alternate divs styled background-color:#EEEEEE and it's the same - browser views and FF print preview good, Chrome print preview broken.
So it looks to not be related to where the style is set. But again, I haven't got any @media print styling on that page.[/edit]
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