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Currently, even if responsive layout and styles are disabled in the CSS Global Settings of an AdaptiveTheme sub-theme, the default layout, fonts and custom CSS files are always only loaded to the screen device. The resulting HTML code loading these CSS files will be something like this (here using the AT Commerce sub-theme):
<style media="screen">@import url("http://www.example.com/sites/example.com/files/adaptivetheme/at_commerce_files/at_commerce.default.layout.css?mt600m"); @import url("http://www.example.com/sites/example.com/files/adaptivetheme/at_commerce_files/at_commerce.fonts.css?mt600m"); @import url("http://www.example.com/sites/example.com/files/adaptivetheme/at_commerce_files/at_commerce.custom.css?mt600m");</style>
Note the the "media" attribute is explicitly set to "screen". As a consequence, a printer or any other non-screen device never gets this CSS content. Thus, the print out of any page using a AdaptiveTheme sub-theme really looks ugly.