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When I want to change the font of the text of a web page, I do it as below snapshot using element inspector of Chrome.

But it is quite tiring to scroll down the style list to find where the font is define and change it.

It would be more convinient to have a plugin that may have a right click to open and select change font then input the font I want.

If you know one(s), please share.

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You could take it to the extreme and use the Stylish extension.

Set a rule such as

@import url(,600,600italic,700);
* { font-family: 'Titillium Web', sans-serif; }

Google Font Previewer is a more specific extension that lets you preview fonts in your current tab enter image description here

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you can try Code Cola is an chrome extension that allows users to edit individual pages inside of a can view the fonts and its styles using it.

else you can try whatfont enable it and move cursor over to find the font

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