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Old 21st October 2011
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Default [SOLVED]:Opera 11.01 > 11.52 font problem

I've tried to fix this for hours. A third of the sites show an unwanted font in "author mode" on a good part of the text on the page, fixed in "user mode". No googling fixes it, and I've tried commenting out font paths in xorg.conf. Anyone know any xorg or X11 or font configuration file that may be setting the font? or an easy way to figure out which font it is, mabe I can delete it locally. Screenshot attached. (Nor any setting found in Preferences etc, nor opera:config etc.)
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