13th Mar 2007
Christian Montoya reckons we should download the six new Vista fonts and start using them in our cascading style sheets because they're much nicer than the current default batch we use. Matt Thomas explains how to legally get hold of the Vista fonts (and also informs us that Constantia renders terribly in Firefox on a Mac).
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