Hi, You can use the filter function to first filter your timeline to only show between certain dates in relationship view. Then when you print "Entire Timeline" in Relationship View, it will only print the events shown. You can read about how to set up a filter here: https://help.aeontimeline.com/article/63-filtering Jess
That's what I've done, but it seems like a needless extra step given the fact the date range filtering exists for the Timeline View but is disabled for Relationship View. It's frustrating to see that button dimmed out when I want to quickly print a date range for a subset of events I don't already have a filter set-up for. No, it's not onerous to set up a filter, but I shouldn't have to. The filter already exists right in the print dialog, dimly mocking me.
Hi, We understand this must be frustrating since the option is available in the timeline view, so we will look at adding it in the future. Jess
Thank you. Like I said, the filtering isn't onerous, but for a quick print-out of a narrow range, it would be handier to just define the range the window dialog.