Dave Knipper Was Here Fixing the Syntaxhighlighter Styling in Chrome in the Standard Theme

Here's what the syntaxhighlighter styling looks like in Chrome without the fix. Notice how the code and line numbers do not aline. This seems to only affect Chrome (and probably Safari which I haven't tested).

To Fix:

1. Open File: /custom/themes/standard/css/main.css

2. Find this: 3.Replace with: That's it!

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