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Right now the grayed-out style of negative-score posts also results in links being shown just like regular text.

This is especially annoying in case of well-hidden spam since it's easy to overlook (which in turn might result in a declined spam flag even though it was actually valid).

So I'd like at least some styling for links in this case. At least for moderators.

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You have any -3 posts to take a screenshot from :P – Lix Dec 18 '12 at 9:22
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stackoverflow.com/questions/13485617/… or just add .downvoted-answer to some answer's div using e.g. firebug. – ThiefMaster Dec 18 '12 at 9:24
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Evidently they do have a special rule for .downvoted-answer .post-text a, and believe it or not, the rule makes the opacity for the link 0.7 and the text gray. In other words, there is a rule specifically designed to make that link harder to see. (?) – Asad Saeeduddin Dec 18 '12 at 9:30
    
Yeah, and at least for moderators (possibly also 10k+ users, but maybe even all users who can flag things) - or simply in all flag queues no matter which one - this is a horrible feature. – ThiefMaster Dec 18 '12 at 9:31

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