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    Emma_WebMD_Staff posted:
    We heard you, many of our members were not happy about the lite gray font color. If you notice the posts font now is black, so hopefully that will help each of you to be able to read the posts better.

    Take care,
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    MarkMHB responded:
    Dear Emma_WebMD_Staff,

    I think the issue is not the font of the submitted posts, but rather the font that appears in the text entry form as the post is being composed. It is a light gray color, which is quite difficult to see for those of us with more (ahem) mature vision. This does make it more difficult to proofread the posts, which is more important now that the post is entered directly rather than going to a confirmation screen prior to posting.

    Mark Bornfeld

    Brooklyn, NY


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