Fix Font Choice Problem - allow settings change
On mobile phone, it is far easier to read sans serif fonts. These even display for a second before a web page imposes its fonts. FF Android used to allow (about:config) the user to choose between system or other font, or web font. The switch is obviously still there - this could easily be incorporated into a simple Settings option. This is a big deal-for me it affects both the legibility and loading speed of all web pages. Rather than the limited, often wizzy add-ons now permitted, FF might focus on making pages legible and at least giving us the choice. Either a settings change or allow an add-on (there are several) to manage this. Not a problem in the desktop version; only FF Android. It has gotten so bad, I have switched to Kiwi as a browser which allows full customization. But I would far prefer to use FF as it is more secure and would simplify synching. Cannot understand why this is so difficult to tweak. Thanks
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Thanks but this has been known to me for like a year, and it is not a solution. This simple tweak/switch/settings option should be in the release build. Plus Beta and Nightly releases lose all kinds of settings and add-ons and themes when they update. It is not a practical solution.
This is both a pretty simple thing to fix, and yet it is hugely important in that it affects every webpage viewed. I cannot possibly understand why Mozilla cannot allow this - it would even speed up page loading. It has 0 security implications. Mozilla has just stopped listening. It breaks my heart a little as it was by far the best browser.
I watch and wait for the fix - or if FF allows an addon to change all fonts (e.g.Re-Font)). But more and more Kiwi for Android allows the customization I need.
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