I have an image I want to print on 4x6 paper, actually, issue is present with any image. In the print module, with 'Zoom to Fill' checked, I select and drag/move the image to the composition I'd like... let's say the top part of the image, so that the bottom is cropped/not printed. When it prints, it prints including the bottom part of the image not in the visible cell on screen, cropping/not printing the top of the image that is visible in the cell on screen. In other words, the opposite of what I wanted.
Here's the odd part: if I drag the image in the opposite direction such that the bottom part is in the cell (so the top is cropped), it prints the image with the 'out of cell' top instead (it crops the bottom). In other words, the image that is actually sent to print is 'reverse' from what I want composed in the print cell.
This occurs on any of my printers (multiple brands), and also occurs if I print to Printer (send to printer or save as PDF) or JPG file.
I'm on an M1 MacBook (BigSur 11.5.1), and it happens on both the Intel and Apple Silicone versions. This is new behavior as I've not changed the print settings from the last time I printed images a few months back, before the last update.