Quote from tinvisionI quite agree with KeeperEUSC in this case.
Copperplate Gothic has tiny serifs and no lowercase letters, only small caps. The tiny serifs aid letterform recognition in print, but have the opposite effect on the screen. Small caps are a poor choice for setting body text in because uppercase letters are less legible than lowercase ones. For these reasons, Copperplate Gothic has low legibility for the screen as body copy and promotes eyestrain, especially for those of us that work on the computer all day long. Copperplate Gothic should be disallowed.
Craven's solution doesn't work as I won't delete it from my system fonts because I use it legitimately for print titling in my graphic design work.
Quote from PuzzleSorry but doesn't that clutter the thread the same way as leaving the post in place ? I don't see the point here.
Quote from NemconNow...do you really want the hellhole wall that holds the insane out of forums like this to crumble down? I sure as hell dont.
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