Sure it is. It's a much bigger problem than the buttons and should be a higher priority.Arty wrote:How is styling of code tag related to this issue? I agree that it needs to be fixed, but it is not concern in this topic.
How on earth have you proved my statement to be false? People should look at the Open Sans buttons you posted in the tracker, and then look at the Arial buttons you posted here. The deficiencies of Open Sans (poor kerning and excessively wide characters) become obvious. Yes, the buttons appear to be identical across the platforms you chose to test/display, but since the development team has made it VERY clear that platform-consistent fonts are not an issue (if it were, CODE tags and post text would have been fixed years ago), the better-looking font should be used. And that's Arial.Arty wrote:It did. You are incorrectly writing that internal fonts can be used to achieve equal or better results. You've yet to prove that point, while I provided screenshots that your statement is completely false.DionDesigns wrote:Plus, this didn't address my point:
This very much comes across as a straw-man argument to justify something you want for your yourself as opposed to being for the benefit of the end-user.
Just for fun I tested this, and you know...the buttons looked good! Better than Open Sans.Pony99CA wrote:Can I put in a vote for MS Comic Sans?
I thought that was the purpose of the button text.keith10456 wrote:I disagree with the notion that the icons for the buttons are pointless. They aid the end-user in understanding what the respective button does.
Anyway, I've made my points. Have a nice day, y'all!