Not any of the well tried fonts specially created for screen reading, but one of their own. I forgot which because this is a battle I lost completely very long ago, and therefore I am no longer interested.
Don't worry, surely someone who knows will answer shortly.
I figured it out myself. I opened fonts and checked. For some reason Varanda a Microsoft licensed Font I seemed to have remebered for some reason was chosen.
Turns out three of the four variations were missing. I went into time machine and checked all four variations and had time machine replace them.
Now the Forums appears as they should.
I will not mark my on answer as the answer. Someone else will have to do that.
Let's just call the Thread Finished.
Somehow, I think that your pet "Sea Monkeys" are messing with your fonts, and with your mind...
At least you got it handled, and good luck,
Phillip Jones wrote
...Varanda a Microsoft licensed Font I seemed to have remebered for some reason was chosen...
Do you mean Verdana?
I thought Adobe was using their own "Adobe Clean" font. ??
For some reason Varanda...
Not sure about fonts, but there IS a Veranda magazine: http://www.veranda.com/
But, I think that Station_Two is correct, that you meant Verdana, but then there ARE a lot of fonts out there.
Yes I misspelled the name. Fonts not only affect Fonts in SeaMonkey, but any application that uses it. Its Mountain Lion (OSX.8.x) that messes with your fonts.
The first time I opened Fontbook after I installed Mountain Lion (OSX.8.x) the was a Ton of fonts in the Trash I don't know whether updated version were installed or found duplicates. So I removed them made zip archive of all of thenm as a group and saved them.
They say they are but when veranda was missing, the subtitued version looks worse than terible. So it appears That they are doing a Fake out. They can't say they use it unless they pay microsoft a cut. And Veranda has been a MS font both for Mac and PC since atleast Office 95 and Office 42 for Mac (put out same year).
Verdana, Phil, Verdana…