On my workstation, my text edit mode (except the title) in all Adobe Forums has suddenly changed to Times New Roman - even though it posts in the correct font. My laptop is unchanged - showing the correct display font.
This is a new and extremely unwelcome development. Have I unknowingly toggled something?
I'm just guessing...but I think it has to do with mobile devices being able to get these forums easily with smaller screen size etc.
PC sales are down, while mobile devices are up. So the market is changing dramatically.
What you see I also see on my desktop.
I imagine changes will continue as the forums are fine tuned for mobile ( smart phones, tablets, etc ).
If you 'reply' to a post ( and get the open window to enter text for a reply ) and then look at the source code for the webpage you now have...you'll see tons of stuff referring to the font sizes and plugins and all sorts of stuff ( stylesheets ( css ) ) etc...that is what is changing.
It's not cause YOU did something.
Thanks for the reply.
As I said, the text editor only appears in New Times Roman on my workstation. It displays correctly on my laptop and, subsequently tested, iPad.
Methinks that some my screen font has somehow become corrupted on the workstation, and I cannot find a way to restore it.
It displays correctly once posted!
When will the tinkering end?
Not sure that it will.
Adobe is trying to come up with a format, for the forums, that will unify ALL product forums. Some changes might be for the better, but some will likely not improve things.
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Exactly? I do not know.
However, I know that the Adobe Forum Team (not the design, but the implementation team), is working on standardization of the forums. This is an on-going process, and will likely affect every Adobe forum, at some time. Their goal is to have all forum main pages look, and function the same.
I can only assume that there are other changes, beyond just the main pages.
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