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  • The nightlies come without the print.css. This causes the W3C CSS validation to fail. Since the file in the 1.2.2 distribution is just 1K in size i would propose to reinclude into the distribution (see also >> http://wordpress.org/support/topic.php?id=14671).

    Maybe someone here is in the mood to write a new print.css file that equals Kubrick’s elegance and beauty? I would really appreciate that…

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  • Print.css is generally meant to strip out most formatting and design to make a nice clean and easily-read paper product. It’s not an attempt to reproduce the site on paper as it looks online.

    I know. But the old one is really ugly with Times as the default font and so on – a little makeover wouldn’t hurt, that’s for sure…

    I hear ya! Are you volunteering? 😉

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