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is there anyway to make the font for ".source-php .kw1" a more printer friendly color yet still be distinguishable as important text?  At the very least lets make the font "bold" so it is stronger in contrast.  Even in the highest quality setting on printer it appears very washed out to these old eyes.
 
is there anyway to make the font for ".source-php .kw1" a more printer friendly color yet still be distinguishable as important text?  At the very least lets make the font "bold" so it is stronger in contrast.  Even in the highest quality setting on printer it appears very washed out to these old eyes.
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You can add your own stylesheet to override any of the system-generated styles by adding a special subpage under your user page.  In your case, create the page [[User:N6REJ/monobook.css]] and add your CSS rules into it. [[User:Chris Davenport|Chris Davenport]] 08:55, 19 January 2009 (UTC)

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is there anyway to make the font for ".source-php .kw1" a more printer friendly color yet still be distinguishable as important text? At the very least lets make the font "bold" so it is stronger in contrast. Even in the highest quality setting on printer it appears very washed out to these old eyes.

You can add your own stylesheet to override any of the system-generated styles by adding a special subpage under your user page. In your case, create the page User:N6REJ/monobook.css and add your CSS rules into it. Chris Davenport 08:55, 19 January 2009 (UTC)