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    ABW Ambassador CrazyGuy's Avatar
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    Can anyone suggest how you can influence the text that's displayed by a DRM?

    It seems to pick up some default setting - and isn't influenced by wrapping the whole DRM tag within paragraph or CSS tags.

    Where is it picking up it's attributes from?

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    Might be controlled by what's downloaded. Have you checked the JavaScript that's downloaded to see if it contains any css code to modify the text?

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    I think the problem is that it's very vanilla with no formatting inside the download - on the Linkshare code page they display small Times Roman font, on mine a large sans serif. They're picking this up from somewhere in the page, but I can't see where.

    How can I see what is in the download (it will be a bunch of javascript write functions won't it?) - I'm sure I've done this before by accident but can't remember how?

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    Hi Crazy

    Send me the page to have a look. It might be calling up a style sheet and when it can't find it it might default to the other font

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    If you want to see what is downloaded, inside the javascript code they give you to put on the page is a tag like this:

    src="http://yaddayaddayadda/"

    If you take that URL out and put it in the Address bar, click go (or hit enter), IE will prompt you to save the file, save it and open it in a text editor.

    Of course, you may be the only one seeing it incorrectly as well. :-)

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