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Web fonts not rendered on Firefox

I'm on Firefox 42.0 and web fonts (icons) are not rendered for FontAwesome framework : or on Github : And many others websites.
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Ligatures broken on Firefox?

I just typed "stackoverflow.com" into the URL bar of Firefox (on Manjaro Linux), and saw this: With experimentation, I found that Firefox is replacing all sorts of ligatures with (seemingly) random ...
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How to write music theory symbols in Evernote?

I want type my music theory class notes in Evernote but I can’t seem to figure out how to do this correctly. I have managed to put following symbols in Evernote just by copy and pasting but some as ...
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Safari disallow the use of certain @font-faces

Is there a way for a user to not allow the use of certain @font-faces in the css of a Webpage? My first thought was using Safari's user style sheets but I don't know how I could over-ride certain ...
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Roboto regular font face is rendered as bold

I've installed the Roboto typeface on my system but it turns out that the default, regular face is rendered as black, even though in the thumbnail it appears to be lighter. This happens on all ...
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How can I determine what font faces are available for me to use with Sublime Text 3?

I would like to change the font face in Sublime Text. How can I see what options are available for me to change it to?
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@font-face not working in Wikipedia?

Wikipedia has changed its font-family for the Languages panel, and it doesn't render very well in Chrome. So I wanted to hard-code in the Custom.css with another font, but I haven't got success. This ...
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Why is emacs not running (set-face-attribute …) in init.el, even though the rest of the buffer is executed?

I've got (set-face-attribute 'default nil :height 100) in my init.el because I find the default font size a little too large. However, it doesn't get executed when emacs is loaded. I don't have an ...
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Increasing font/typeface size in Windows Live Mail (Windows 7)

I am a handicapped user. As my handicap progresses, I find the font/typeface size used in the read panel is progressively harder to read. I already have the font size set to "largest". Is there a way ...
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Google turns up with bold font in Firefox

After I played some ol' skool games like Age of Empires I, Google turned up with bold font in Firefox (any version). I'm running Windows 7 x64, and application restart or system reboot isn't helping. ...
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Windows 8 Font Stack [closed]

Are there any new fonts in Windows 8 compared to Windows 7? Is there any place I can get a complete/diff list, perhaps even with some previews?
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Why is my system (Ubuntu) using FreeSans font for sans-serif/arial/helvetica web rendering?

Recently, I noticed that my web browsers (Chrome, Firefox) are using a strange font for all the sans-serif/helvetica/arial/etc. text. I believe it's FreeSans, after inspecting a bunch of fonts. It ...
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Renaming Fontfaces

How do I rename a font style in an OTF font? I have this bug here: I now can't select any other style except "Regular".
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change the name of a font on os x

i was reading an excellent article on HTML5, and the title of the page and section headers had a very distinct font. However, whereas fancy fonts on webpages are historically just images of text, the ...
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How do I pick a custom font in Lyx?

How do I pick a custom font using LyX? All I see are options to pick Roman/Serif/Typewriter and then a few preset faces. I have hundreds of fonts on my system and want to be able to use them.