Re: Attention-getters: Warning, caution, danger...
The exclamation mark is the same color as the background
Sorry for asking a dumb question, but if the exclamation mark is the same
color as the background, then how will the reader know an exclamation exists
in the graphic? Are you suggesting that using the exclamation mark in
attention-getters is redundant?
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