Take a look in the ../lib directory of your Editor install. The _touchup-eic.fos and _font-eic.fos will be of interest. Even if you are using Styler, the coding in here can be replicated either directly in a Styler stylersheet or through source edits.
You can use conditions to test for screen or print composition and ignore these for print. We use FOSI for our screen stylesheets. In most cases, we use the same FOSI for both screen and print. Where that's true, I use these tests all the time:
(EDITOR-ONLY and editor-only both work but I think #ANY and #NONE have to be capitalized, but honestly I haven't tested that or I don't remember doing so anyway, but if you are OCD about caps/CAPS you could figure out whether you can pick your poison.)
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