Bug when printing unicode

I try to print some unicode character. The browser display it well, but when printing it show some square like when the unicode is not found.
For instance try http://getbootstrap.com/components/. Unicode is well displayed in the browser, but when I print (In a .xps file or with a printer) it is not. On the first page (only the first page is required to highlight the bug), the "glyphicon-glass" is the first to fail.

It seems that I had an older version. I update to 24.6.0 on ESR and the trouble is gone.

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