Rob Crowther wrote:
> Jason Crosse wrote:
>> What I have done in the past is to have a print stylesheet to make
>> printed text darker than its on-screen equivalent. This relies on
>> the backgrounds not printing.
> I've also done this in the past - assumed the background wouldn't print,
> but since it's an option in the browser that can be easily toggled it
> strikes me that it's perhaps an assumption that we usually get away with
> rather than the correct way to approach things. Sort of like assuming
> your page background will be white by default.
Yes. You should not assume that backgrounds won't print because in
some configurations (and some UAs in general) they do.
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