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Improving legibility of strikethrough font

Posted on 2014-04-25
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We have a table of rates, designed for mobile visitors, at www.mauitradewinds.com/RezEasy/mobile/rates.html    A discount is offered, and rates before the discount (red font) are presented with a strikethrough font, with discounted rates shown in blue font.  On a small screen, the strikethrough is barely visible.  Is there a way to make it more apparent?
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Question by:ddantes
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jlastinberg earned 250 total points
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You could make your own font with a bigger strikethrough, but otherwise, no.
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by:ddantes
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Thank you for your comment.  I found a satisfactory workaround: typing a "-" before and after the dollar amounts with the strikethrough font made the strikethrough obvious.
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