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some text displaying wrong

Unread post by dchmelik » 2024-02-17, 05:32

I've found certain sites show areas of bold text in FireFox, Chromium, etc., but in Pale Moon, show non-bold so in some cases are basically unreadable. It happened on a site I login to (after that) and later (after help with all my previous posts) I'm willing to upload screenshots or even (if I can get) HTML/etc..
        However, this isn't quite as urgent as my previous post, replacing profile (corrupt?) (am I allowed to 'bump' it from the menu?)

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Re: some text displaying wrong

Unread post by therube » 2024-02-19, 19:14

certain sites
URLs?

Yes, screenshots are nice.

And it might just be sites that do not work well in PM.

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Re: some text displaying wrong

Unread post by Moonchild » 2024-02-20, 19:12

therube wrote:
2024-02-19, 19:14
And it might just be sites that do not work well in PM.
Some sites use broken Google foundry fonts (that come with a default wight that's much too light) that can cause this issue.
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