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how do I change the default font for different languages in Safari on a Mac? Unlike Firefox, where you can specify the default sans-serif, serif, and monospace fonts for each language, in Safari you can only set the non-monospace and monospace fonts and it would be the same for all languages. Is there a way to modify this behavior?

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Looks like a question for superuser.com. – idealmachine Oct 31 '10 at 23:29

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