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I asked this question originally on stackoverflow, but it was suggested that it would be more relevant here:

I noticed a kerning issue with Verdana at 15 pixels in Firefox and Chrome on Windows. In the word "before", there is extra space between the "o" and the "r". I can't post a screenshot because I'm new on superuser, but you can see the screenshot on my original SO question:

The text displays as expected in Internet Explorer.

Does that mean that there's a bug in the kerning table for the Open Type version of the font? Where would I even report a bug like that?

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It is better to flag your SO post for moderator attention and get them to migrate it than to double post (for next time). – Paul Nov 21 '11 at 23:28

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