having re-examined my POST, i determined that meaning couild be vague
without further examination.
the below statistic is actually in reference to the fact that printers are
taking snapshots of the screen, and sending this info to the printer, rather
than trying to take advantage of PostScript. Could the problem below [ the
restriction ] be overcome by recompiling a binary stream to PostScript?
[translationally referencing the html/css [ commandTag VS ASCII lettering
typing procedure OR ELSE ] Would this be a difficult prediction of screen
> > I am wanting to create a style sheet for printing a form out with the
> borders or arrows of the select box.
> > what are the parameters attributes whatever? I can not seem to find
> Not very clear! Are you wanting all the selectable items to appear when
> print the page? If so, this won't be possible with just CSS. You'll need
> another representation of the items, perhaps in a list, that is hidden for
> screen but shown for print.
> imho, this is an interesting restriction ---- i thought of it as a browser
> default..............> sol.
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