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jonathan Ferre | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Dec 12 2020 6:22 AM

I just updated to Logo 9 on Mac (still on Catalina) and I went to print a passage and on the print preview and on the actual printed paper the color of the font is a very light blue (almost invisible). This didn't happen to me before on Logos 8 and I can't seem to find the fix. I added some screen shots for reference. Thanks for any help.

selected text

print preview (you can see the light blue setting)

the printed paper with the almost invisible text (but reference footnote is black)

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jonathan Ferre | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Dec 16 2020 1:07 PM

Anybody have any ideas?

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jan 15 2021 12:42 PM

jonathan Ferre:
I just updated to Logo 9 on Mac (still on Catalina) and I went to print a passage and on the print preview and on the actual printed paper the color of the font is a very light blue (almost invisible).

Welcome Big Smile

Logos 9.2 Release Candidate 1 on macOS 11.1 Big Sur shows light colored font in Print Preview: (Visual Filters unchecked)

Enabling Visual Filters followed by Print/Export shows range of readability:

Disabled Visual Filters followed by doing a Milestone Search, which has different Print/Export preview:

One workaround idea for Logos 9 (& Verbum 9) Bible Print/Export is creating a Visual Filter using Milestone Search so can choose a highlighting style for Print/Export: e.g. Yellow Glow in the Emphasis Markup palette.

Another idea is using Replace with Passage in a Text Editor (e.g. TextEdit) for printing black text on white background:

On macOS 11.1 Big Sur, learned Copy Bible Verses "Copy & Paste" needs accessibility security permission for pasting into open document.

Keep Smiling Smile

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