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My web display font is an unusual looking font which is one I possibly installed when I put my ttf fonts into my library, I remember getting a font conflict message and selected the least threatening looking option but cant remember what that was.....any ideas, thanks, sam
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Open "Font Book" from Applications and click on Web under collections. You should be able to view which fonts are being used to display web pages. From here you can choose any font, validate it, remove it, disable it, and so forth.

If you wish, you can also add other fonts to the web collection so that they will be available. Take note though - that web page designers may differ in the fonts they use for their web pages. If you remove for example, Times New Roman, some pages may not display correctly.

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nice......all done, thanks
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