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When foreign documents use an unknown font you don't have installed, that font's name still gets displayed in LibreOffice Writer, but it automatically picks one of your installed fonts that it thinks is most similar to what you might want to see. So what you describe is the perfectly normal and intended behavior in the situation that you just don't have ...


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It sounds as though you're still loading your scripts over http links, not https. Which is in fact unsafe, and the browser is correct to warn you. The fix is to make sure that all resources on the page are loaded over https.


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The font rendering is bad, relative to what you see in other web pages. What is the proper way to fix this? In your case it looks like ClearType is either turned off or needs to be "retuned". Note: Check your font configuration in Firefox to ensure that the fonts you're using support ClearType Web download fonts may not support ClearType. Microsoft ...


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I had this problem too but was able to fix it with the specific programs that has the issue (like Steam and Rainmeter). You'll need to do the following: Note down which specific programs have the font problem. Right-click on the program icon (not the shortcut) and choose properties. Click the "Compatibility" tab. Check the box labeled "Disable display ...


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For other readers: the extra file can be removed by opening an administrative command prompt, navigating to C:\Windows\Fonts, and typing del AvenirNext.ttc (replacing AvenirNext.ttc with whatever bogus file was added to the Fonts folder). This works in the Command Prompt because it is not subject to the special folder views that Explorer uses for certain ...


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No, ignore that other answer. They have no clue; that chart had to do with overall font scaling and nothing to do with tracking. The effect of the point-based tracking in Microsoft Office is to tighten or loosen text spacing by a set physical distance that does not scale with the size. So tracking 10-pt type by +2 is the same as tracking 20-pt type by +4. ...


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It has nothing to do with your graphics card or anything else in your hardware. Microsoft changed the way Windows smooths the edges of screen fonts. As a result, text looks blurry and/or jagged on desktop-sized monitors. The change was first made in Office 2013 and Windows 8 and is now also in Windows 10. To be precise, they changed the anti-aliasing ...


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Gosh, finally found a Math Vector Font: http://fontsov.com/font/mathvectorbecker21527.html - even though it is seems not that easy to read when font size is around 11. And stumbled over http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/145173/63540 where they show math fonts that have letters with arrows, but seems to be Latex-only.



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