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Феликс   (2001-11-08 20:41) [0]

The font on the site used Verdana. Yesterday the site loaded everything is fine, in the sense of the text Verdana. Today the font suddenly became MsSanSerif. Shaitan, however! What was that? How could this happen?

Вадим   (2001-11-08 21:21) [1]

Gruzani again :)

Феликс   (2001-11-08 21:43) [2]

I tried it! Does not help! Uniquely material for x-files

РУС   (2001-11-09 00:17) [3]

I had the same ass. And after the demolition and installation of Windows "and everything became normal. I did not understand what it was ...

Donal   (2001-11-09 11:03) [4]

probably the font is not in the system ...

Vitaly   (2001-11-09 14:53) [5]


Donal   (2001-11-09 16:04) [6]

explorer operating principle:
1.loads the element style, or reads the FONT tag (more than one font can be specified there)
2.look, and if there is a font in the system with the same name
3. If not, then go to the next font in the given tag, or style
4. If all the fonts are enumerated, then it sets the default font

It is clear that not necessarily the font that is listed on the page, is available to all on the computer. It may also be that the explorer cannot find a font with this name, the paths of the Windows are inscrutable :-))
Maybe the page was edited and accidentally it was written Vrdana instead of Verdana :-))

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