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    Macintosh Netscape 6 and Mac OS X bold font

    I have the following code:

    <p><b>This is to be bold</b></p> with the stylesheet set at:

    LI, P, OL, UL, TD{
    font-family: Arial, Helvetica;
    font-size: 8pt;
    margin-right: 10px;
    margin-left: 20px;
    font-weight: normal;
    }

    In all Windows platforms and in Mac/IE 5, the bold is being rendered in both IE and NS. But in NS/Mac OSX it is not. Any ideas? I have tried:
    B{
    font-weight: bolder !important;
    }
    but it doesn't seem to help.

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    just b { font-weight: bold; } should do it. im wondering if <strong> is still valid... although <b> should to the same thing.

    do you have all the paragraphs using that same style? coz 8pt is very small...
    redhead

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    Question

    8 pt is very small, but the content is quite lengthy, so in order to display it all, it is in 8 pt. But the printable version is in 10pt, so we make up for it!

    Any other suggestions? I have tried assigning a numeric value to the font weight. I have tried inline style declarations. Plus I've searched Bugzilla and have found no solutions.

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    Try taking font-weight:normal; out of your style for LI, P, OL, UL, TD.

    Neil

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    Tried removing font-weight: normal in the LI, etc. code to no avail. Is there any other style that I can possibly manipulate?


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