The title is all I can say, because the scaling is so completely broken, that I cannot even describe it, because it behaves so randomly.
It is totally infuriating.
The object in this file is an office chair (image distorted by me) modelled to scale and in front view and printing from this file to an image file worked perfectly well until I upgraded to the latest version two days ago (8.4.24023.15001).
Usually, to print projected views I would zoom fit to maximise the object in the viewport, then select “to extents” in the printing dialogue and slightly change the scale manually to increase margins. This way image scale and positioning can be kept uniform between multiple projections (front/right/top etc.)
Now the first thing that is obvious is that scaling is completely off: while it used to be around 1:4 or 25% it now shows 8487.92% when “to extents” works, which it usually doesn’t.
Worse, manipulating this absurd scale (again e.g. to slightly change margins) result in completely random behavior or no behavior at all and the scaling isn’t even consistent to what is shown in the preview window.
Going on to try to print nevertheless (maybe it is just the preview) results in an error message telling me the image would require “too many pixels”, which is completely nonsensical, because printing is set to 3000 by 3000 pixel image file.
“scale to fit” “custom” and other settings in the scale drop down are setting themselves randomly, not that they would do what they are saying.
I don’t know what you did to the print dialogue in this latest version, but it is definitely not working.
Edit: added error dialogue window