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I am using Google Chrome and when I open the CakePHP documentation, this is how it shows on the Google Chrome :

Font shown on Google Chrome

and when I open the same page with Firefox, it shows better, at least more readable as shown below:

Font shown on Firefox

The page I am vising is:

I think my font settings on Google Chrome messed up somehow and by the way I am using Windows 7 Ultimate.


What I've figured out is it uses HelveticaNeue-Light, HelveticaNeue fonts and I need to remove it I believe.

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I see it exactly the same on my Chrome. To prevent this question from being closed, you should reword it from why is this happening on my computer to what CSS/problem is causing this difference? – alex Jul 23 '11 at 23:59
kind ok basic but did you try ctrl+0? – Achshar Jul 24 '11 at 0:08
I don't know why they want to close this question. This is a major problem and relevant to a programmer. – Tarik Jul 24 '11 at 0:28
@Braveyard: It's not about the question itself, but about the title. :) – Luke Jul 24 '11 at 0:53

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