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IE Custom stylesheet for accessibility

  • # August 4, 2010 at 8:47 pm

    Hello everyone – my first post. I know very little about CSS, so please bear with me.

    Using Hotmail, opting to print a message opens a new print-friendly page. This page is missing some vital information from the message (the timestamp, for example). Using the IE8 developer tools, I can see that the offending command is

    Code:
    .expanded .hideh .readmsgheadercontainer { display: none }

    because if I toggle it off, the info I want displays.

    I tried using IE’s custom stylesheet function in Accessibility options to load

    Code:
    .expanded .hideh .readmsgheadercontainer { display: inline !important }

    but nothing changed. Why not?

    Ideally, I would put the right code into a bookmarklet so I can just click on that before printing.

    Can anyone advise?

    Noel

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