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- Re: CSS to raise contast on web pages?
February 8, 2010, 1:45 pm
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On Mon, 08 Feb 2010 01:20:39 -0800, Mason C
In the "Author Mode" control (which you can add to a toolbar; I do)
there is a "High Contrast (B/W)" mode which seems to do exactly what
you want. You should be able to find the underlying CSS file in one of
the Styles directories, probably in the same directory tree as the
Re: CSS to raise contast on web pages?
Great! In Opera I found "Contrastbw.css" and made it my stylesheet.
Now I just hit my "User Mode" button to get readable b/w text.
The trick, I see, is the use of " !important " to override the page's colors
otherwise retaining the author's css.
Location: C:\Program Files\Opera90\profile\styles\user\[css files]
Thanks, Steve now.... about those gray-on-gray designers: phhhht !