Anytime I pull up a page in Firefox that uses fonts served by the site or by Google's CDN (e.g. themes.googleusercontent.com), the
@font-face fonts are not downloaded/rendered by my browser. (I can, however, see webfonts served by a
Blogger sites that use the default Google themes all look like they meant to include Comic Sans (shudder).
And sites like NetVibes that use webfonts for icons end up looking rather ridiculous.
All of the above look fine in Google Chrome, and I know that these fonts can't be broken for everyone using Firefox, or else they never would have been launched as-is. So I put it to you -- what exactly is messed up with my Firefox install?
Technical details: I'm running FF19 (current as of time of writing) on a 64-bit install of Windows 8... but I had this same problem on my old computer, which was a 32-bit Win7. The problem has existed for several months, so it's been around since at least FF17. I do have AdBlock Plus installed with the EasyList filter, but the issue persisted when I disabled ABP and restarted, as well as when I tried a fresh Firefox profile.