I have a View that has an enabled PDF version feature provided by the Print module (http://drupal.org/project/print). Its ok, but I'd like to tweak the output table with theming. According to the module documentation pdf output can be altered using these files:
- To modify the template of printer friendly pages, simply edit the print.tpl.php or the css/print.css files. - It is possible to set per-content-type and/or theme-specific templates which are searched for in the following order: 1. print_[format].node-[type].tpl.php in the theme directory 2. print_[format].node-[type].tpl.php in the module directory 3. print_[format].tpl.php in the theme directory 4. print_[format].tpl.php in the module directory 5. print.node-[type].tpl.php in the theme directory 6. print.node-[type].tpl.php in the module directory 7. print.tpl.php in the theme directory 8. print.tpl.php in the module directory (supplied by the module) format is either html, mail or pdf, and type is Drupal's node type (e.g. page, story, etc.)
My question is how to do the same when I use this module not on a specific node type but on a view? The views module's theming information table is unaware of the Print module so the possible theming *.tpl.php files are not shown there.
Supposing that the name of my view is
foobar, what tpl.php file should I use?
(Views PDF module is not an option for me as it fails on my special characters..)