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    So this morning ive restarted my computer and xat font changed from "Tahoma (True Type)" to "Arial (True Type)"
    How do i change it back to Tahoma, It doesnt realy look good ...
    http://www.rspscoding.org/upload/archive/653980217.png

  • #2
    Originally posted by Menth View Post
    So this morning ive restarted my computer and xat font changed from "Tahoma (True Type)" to "Arial (True Type)"
    How do i change it back to Tahoma, It doesnt realy look good ...
    It didn't change for me.
    Ryan (3400000)

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    • #3
      how do i change it back, jeez i didnt asked wats wrong to ur fonts....
      http://www.rspscoding.org/upload/archive/653980217.png

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Menth View Post
        how do i change it back, jeez i didnt asked wats wrong to ur fonts....
        It's probably the font that your browser used, Maybe you should ask them?
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        • #5
          Now it's changed everywhere.
          http://www.rspscoding.org/upload/archive/653980217.png

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          • #6
            "If you find text on web sites too small to read, you can change your settings through your browser menu by clicking on View (Page in Internet Explorer 7) then Text Size, and increase the size of the text. Depending on the way the web site was created, this may not work with all text on all pages. Sometimes web site text is programmed to stay at an exact size in order to keep it within a strict design layout."

            Do something similar to this, except change the font, rather than the size.

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            • #7
              Don't restart your computer then.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by XatCody View Post
                "If you find text on web sites too small to read, you can change your settings through your browser menu by clicking on View (Page in Internet Explorer 7) then Text Size, and increase the size of the text. Depending on the way the web site was created, this may not work with all text on all pages. Sometimes web site text is programmed to stay at an exact size in order to keep it within a strict design layout."

                Do something similar to this, except change the font, rather than the size.
                Aww Thanks, that worked... close thread please...
                http://www.rspscoding.org/upload/archive/653980217.png

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Menth View Post
                  Aww Thanks, that worked... close thread please...
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