I did click the "quote" button, that's why I asked the Q
. The problem is, when I click the "Fonts" drop down the selector doesn't work. I can type the entire tag set & it works
This (Advanced) edit done in Opera 9.01
Some font tests:
- Century Gothic?
- Arial Black?
- Franklin Gothic Medium?
- Times New Roman?
- monospace = Arial
- monospace = Arial Narrow
- monospace = Courier New
- monospace = courier (entered manually)
In "Preview Changes" (in Opera 9.01) all of the above, particularly Arial & Arial Narrow, look the same except that "Times New Roman" is
serifed & "Courier New" & "courier" seem to be monospaced, at least they are narrower than the others.
Note: If you don't understand my examples, or what I'm trying to show, Simon says 'click the "quote" button'. (Couldn't resist that one, although I'm sure Simon is tired of it.
This (Advanced) edit done in Konq. 3.3.2
Only plain "courier" looks different, all of the rest look the same, i.e. do not display as intended, in this browser.
This (Advanced) edit done in <spew>M$IE 6</spew>
As you can see, I am committing heresy for the sake of knowledge.
All the fonts are displayed correctly above, as well as in the dropdown; & of course the dropdown works.
WTFO, a premier Linux site that that works best w/ the browser the experienced membership should be least likely to use? Apologies for the emotional outburst, but I am, to say the least, taken aback. (Well, at least Spell Check doesn't work as well in M$IE as in Konq. & Opera.)