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Google webfont Nobile in bold, letter S appears distored only in FF
Since a recent FF update, the letter S using google webfont Nobile in bold appears distorted for font sizes under 17px. Here is an example: http://www.aucc.ca/test-google-webfont/
This seems to be a FF for Windows specific issue as the font renders properly in other major browsers. This has been tested on multiple systems as well. Other Google webfonts render properly as well.
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I wasn't able to see the problem myself: on my Linux computer, the font looks the same in Firefox and Chrome. It would be great if you could report a bug in Bugzilla and attach a screenshot to it. You can use this form to report the bug.
If that's too much trouble, you could also just post a screenshot here in this forum and I can see if someone else can reproduce the bug and file a report.
Start Firefox in Diagnose Firefox issues using Troubleshoot Mode to check if one of the extensions or if hardware acceleration is causing the problem (switch to the DEFAULT theme: Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Appearance/Themes).
- Don't make any changes on the Safe mode start window.
This bug is only happening in FF in Windows, on all win7 systems that I have access to. I have tested it without issue on Mac OS as well as in IE and Chrome. Loading the page in FF safe mode did not solve the issue. Here is a screenshot. http://img1.uploadscreenshot.com/images/orig/5/13401352127-orig.png
The letter S is the only letter that is distorted.
I will submit a bug report.
Other letters like the 'a' in 13px also look distorted.
- Anti-Aliasing Tuner: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/anti-aliasing-tuner/
You can use this extension to see which fonts are used for selected text.
Try to toggle some of the Boolean gfx and layers prefs on the about:config page to enable or disable some features.
As a web developer I am concerned that other FF users visiting our site will have this issue. This is what I would like to fix, rather than to tweak my own FF install to deal with the issue. I have filed a bug report and hope that this issue will be fixed.