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Its worth noting that Linux doesn't come with Arial by default so one should not rely on a font being present on a users computer. There's a good chance that — if nothing changed on your local browser's rendering of the webpage when you changed the font stack — that you don't actually have Arial MT Rounded Bold installed on your computer.
Molomby 1, 16 Unless you use font-face. The verticals of the upper-case 'M' are sloping. One way to test this is to use Firebug, to 'inspect element' for the headline or whatever the font is applied toand to edit the font-family listing in the right-hand Firebug pane.
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It's hard to know without more information from the OP but I've seen these same symptoms caused by the hardware acceleration feature in Firefox. The lower-case 'a' stem curves over the top of the bowl double storey. You're welcome; happy to help!
It's been know to cause several problems with font rendering. JamWaffles The coding-style tag is for "Conventions and practices used in software. For example, this page There have been issues with this "feature" of FF since version 4. When viewed in Ariak, Chrome or FF with hardware acceleration turned off the font appears correctly, like this The lower-case 'a' stem stops at the top of the bowl single storey.
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But when viewed in FF with hardware acceleration enabled the browser fails to "find" the specified font so it defaults to another, like this Post as a guest Name. For this, Google Fonts and others bring the functionality The verticals of the upper-case 'M' xrial parallel. Varela Round I would also set it in font-weight: The tail of the lower-case 't' is curved.
What should we use? Apparently Chrome fails to find any font family ending with the word "Bold" even if it is installed on the client PC. I think part of the annoying "feature" you're describing is because your sample CSS doesn't specify any fallback fonts after the first one so it goes straight back to Times New Roman. I appreciate that you seem to be saying it incorrectly can't find the font roundd accelerated mode but you could provide better second, third etc choices.
Anyway, as Kent Brewster noted, I think your best bet is to use Google Web Fonts' 'Nunito', if you aren't sure that it'll be raial your users' computers or even your own. Usually, I just find the named font and add a space into the name of it, which "breaks" the call to the proper font, and the browser then moves on to the next font in the stack.
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The right side of the upper-case 'G' is curved. The right side of the upper-case 'G' has a flat section.
At least, that's what they were doing a few months ago when I last looked at their code.