But you can superimpose foreground colours - like an absolutely positioned, block-coloured image, with absolute positioned text on top; that would print because image colours are foreground properties.
But consider - backgrounds are set not to print by default, for a reason, which is that they take a lot of ink to print, and sometimes when transposed to b/w they can make the superimposed text unreadable (black text on a dark pink background, for example)
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Last edited by brothercake; 04-04-2003 at 03:44 PM..