Recently am finding some sites are displaying in what I would guess is a "Brush Script" or "Ruach Letraset" font and small character size. Both fonts are on my computer.
You can prove this for me if you have an normally readable screen when you click here I have the weird script when I open this.
I rarely use Aol Live Help mainly because I have few problems and Live Help seldom solves anything. It was when in "conversation" with the agent that the answer panel was displaying in this almost unreadble font. The rest of the screen and all other Aol pages are normal. When contact was over I printed the lot which reproduced in normal Arial font.
I believe I am running a clean malware-free outfit, but assume something is unwell, or is this a new way to "be different?"
I don't wish to sound smug SANTOS7, but with constant cover (all updated regularly) from AVG, and ZA. Plus regular CCleaner, and weekly Spybot and Ad-aware, I seldom find anything at all and nothing really significant for yonks.
If I could find out what the proper font is for the weird pages or part pages, then I could try deleteing and reinstalling those fonts.
The other thing would be to try to effect a repair/refreshing of Aol. Very reluctant to meddle with that at present, maybe some slow day in the autumn!
Really VoG™ ? Do you think Cleanup is sufficiently better than CCleaner?
I emphasise that this problem seems limited to a few sites and in Aol, to the live help dialogue only. None of my wide variety of favourite places has this trouble.
Wiki*** does the same thing overall. Another example click here It may help me to have some idea of which font is messed up for me. I would like some educated guesses on the font actually used by the wikipedia link?