chrome-13.0.782.107 bug: some unknown UNICODE character is
displayed in various places
yuri at rawbw.com
Thu Aug 11 02:46:49 UTC 2011
On 08/10/2011 15:59, George Liaskos wrote:
> It's sans-serif, try to change the sans-serif font from Chrome's
> preferences or directly from the developer tools.
> It uses Arial by default, try to reinstall webfonts and / or run fc-cache -f.
Another culprit symbol I see displayed in the same wrong way is
//*​ *//which represents the zero-width space in html.
This page (http://www.robinlionheart.com/stds/html4/spchars , search for
π=3.1415) displays them wrong in chrome.
DevTools shows this line to have the font-family "Lucida Sans Unicode",
"Lucida Grande", "Lucida Sans", Verdana, Univers, "Zurich BT", Geneva,
Lucida, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif.
Turning off the check box near this font-family changes the font of the
line π=3.1415... (font appearance changes), but the problem stays.
So it's most likely not just a faulty font issue, but some font-related
logic fault in chrome.
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