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Reading the MSDN documentation in a web browser is a real pain because the absence of syntax highlighting. In those web pages, code spinets are surrounded by a div with class="codeSnippetContainerCode".

I came across Sight, a chrome plugin. If you open a .js file it would show the syntax right. But it wont syntax highlight source code embedded in a page.

Looks like lifehacker has a good solution with Code Highlight chrome plugin.

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You should add your edit as an answer instead. – Nifle Nov 3 '11 at 15:44
I need 100 Reps for that. Code HighLight does not seems to work for MSDN. – Guillaume Massé Nov 3 '11 at 15:58

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