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This basic font has 378 characters and splendid glyphs, Helvetica supports many languages. It also has another family called helvetica neue can be used for any headings, on your internet site, or anywhere else you need.
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It's worth noting that the new look is horrendous if you've not got font aliasing turned on (ClearType or similar) whereas the previous look was fine without. Like really, really horrible. I'm not sure what %age of people will find a problem with that, but I suspect it's non-zero and deserves a mention in the FAQ (and possibly more prominently than that for users of OS like XP that don't have aliasing on by default). As a clue - if all the "f"'s look like they're in bold, then you need to switch on font aliasing. Le Deluge (talk) 20:16, 3 April 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I like the changes. It will take some getting used to, but as a designer, I do like the choices. Linux Libertine is a really high quality free and open font, it looks great in the big Headlines. I wouldn't want to have it as small text on a screen, though -- too delicate. I noticed I did get Liberation Sans for the body. I thought I had Arimo installed, too. But maybe I decided they are so similar, I only need one... Now I installed Arimo again, will see if I notice the difference. Anyhow -- both have more character than Arial. I never liked the spiked t of Arial ;) There are of course visible differences between browsers. I have tried Opera 12, Opera 22, Firefox 28, IE 11, all on Win7 with font smoothing on. To me, the old Opera rendering looks best with the copy text. The leading is good and really makes a difference in readability with the long lines you get when you have a fullscreen browser window. I still will scale everything a bit larger, since my screen is quite a bit away from my eyes. --18.104.22.168 (talk) 20:57, 4 April 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply] 2b1af7f3a8