You'll have to mention what printer it is that you're using and what computer and operating system. Though from what you write, this appears to be a Chrome issue, so you'll prob need to get support for that.
A complete guess is that Chrome is running on a device with a high-dpi screen (aka "retina") and not knowing what to do. A high-dpi screen would have twice as many pixels horizontally and vertically; potentially leading to the quarter-sized output.
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