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Chevere33

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A few days ago, the normal font in Firefox switched to a weird, barely readable one (I think it's Matisse, or something similarly scribbly). :tazz: I always use Firefox for browsing, but my kids use the AOL browser which is actually IE (or so they tell me). I have F-Prot Virus protector and Ad-Aware, but I just got the AdAware after the problem arose. I ran it and got rid of some stuff, but the fonts are still messed up. I did go to options and checked, but it says the font is Times New Roman. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks.
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tampabelle

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Hi,

I can suggest two things --


1) Click on Tools ---> Options ---> Privacy. Clear the Cookies, history and cache.


2) Click on Tools ---> Themes. Make sure that you have chosen the theme that you want (most probably Firefox default 2.0).

Let me know how it goes.
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