I took Harald’s advice and experimented a little with different themes in order to make my postings with broad SQL*Plus output look better without having to use screenshots. But unfortunately, especially the execution plans are virtually unreadable still. So I have posted a PDF version of the posting about SQL Profiles on the downloads page.
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