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How can one print just the syntax highlighted source code from a GitHub source code page (e.g.)? I've tried it with a few browsers (Safari, Firefox, both running on OS X) but I have not succeeded in getting the syntax highlighting. (The rest of the printout doesn't look too great either; it includes much other stuff that is both uninteresting and ugly-looking.)

Thanks!

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Use a browser (firefox) plugin to either edit the page before printing or to make a "long" screenshot and print that.

Two examples:

http://downloadsquad.switched.com/2010/09/24/print-edit-for-firefox-lets-you-easily-format-web-pages-for-prin/
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/fireshot/?src=search

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Would pulling the code, opening it up in Vim and printing it from there with Github colorscheme be considered an option?

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