Variable width fonts don't display correctly

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Lunatique
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Sun Jan 22, 2017 10:19 pm Post

I've noticed that variable width fonts (such as Helvetica, Arial, etc.) don't display correctly. Often there will be huge gaps between two letters in a word that's big enough to look like a space has been inserted, breaking up words to the point they can't be read as one word anymore. My workaround is to use mono-width fonts (Verdana for example), but it's something that should be fixed.

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Tue Jul 11, 2017 3:52 pm Post

Hi, not sure but I feel I've also have noticed this same problem.

For example, inside a note, if the text is set to "mris". The display will be correct. But, if the font is set to bold, a big space will appear after the "m" as it a space character had been printed between the "m" and the "r".

Hope it helps