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Why won't website navigation links/images/buttons load properly when I set my own font & font size options?
I've just noticed a glitch in Firefox when I go to Tools >> Options >> Content >> Fonts & Colors >> Advanced, and set my own font and font size, and force websites to use them. For some reason, this makes websites' navigation buttons fail to show properly.
For example, a website's search bar will show, but the magnifying glass icon will be a box-with-tiny-code. The boxes-with-tiny-code will also replace things like heart icons for Like buttons, arrow icons for Reply and Page Up/Down, things like that.
The link itself is still there, but with all the buttons replaced by identical-looking boxes-with-tiny-code, it's impossible to see what to click without mousing over and hoping a pop-up label will tell me what to use.
Is there a way around this, because I'd like to be able to set a larger font size without making webpages unusable?
ETA: Images of my Tumblr dash, which shows the prblem most clearly, and the font & size options I picked.
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It could be there is no room for the icons to show properly. What is the web address, and . . . .
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Missing icons are usually supplied by a font that is downloaded from the server (@font-face) as you might see by little boxes that show the hex code of the characters instead. Firefox will only use such a downloaded font when you allow pages to use their own fonts and not when you disable website fonts.
- Tools > Options > Content : Fonts & Colors > Advanced:
[X] "Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selections above"
But that's not a usable solution for me, because the only way to force websites to respect minimum font size is to prevent them setting their own. Is there any way to split up the font size and font face options? Because I don't mind websites using their own font faces but I just can't read tiny text any more.
And why bother having options, if using them breaks common website features? That just doesn't make sense.
Wow ! Nice background.
Can you post a clip with, and without?