How can I print in a different font than the one I see on screen in Firefox, easily and with as few clicks as possible?
I'm cheap. I admit it. I just bought a brand new printer after going without one for years, mainly because I didn't want to spend the money on ink.
So I'm looking for a few solutions. I stumbled on ecofont
, which claims it can reduce ink usage by 25%. Great! Only problem is, I don't want to switch to that font as my default in Firefox. I want to see either Times New Roman (my default) or whatever font is called for in the website I'm viewing (as specified by the designer), but if I choose to print that website, I'd like to use ecofont.
Of course I know I could do this by going into Firefox options, changing my default to ecofont and unchecking "allow pages to use their own font", refreshing the page, printing, and then changing back to my original settings, but that seems like a lot of work just to print a recipe or whatever.
My first thought was a greasemonkey script or a user style that I could toggle on and off, but I have no skills in that area and there doesn't seem to be one that already exists.
So script kiddies, greasemonkey experts, css whizzes, can you help me? Is there an easy way to achieve this?