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overriding font kerning...?

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#1 ZT-repairseek


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Posted 27 April 2013 - 11:52 PM

having been months behind I finally got around to upgrading IE (aside: yeech, they made the UI even worse...), and now I find fonts are behaving a bit weird on some sites. in one, the letter w has developed a space attached to it. now... it goes away if I tell internet options to ignore font styles on webpages... but then the text size goes out of whack everywhere. someone commented I should override the kerning... and then left without further explaining. before I broke anything I thought it wise to ask some questions.


so how exactly do I do the aforementioned? for that matter where did vista(ugh) hide the controls for the font used by default, anyway?

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