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Old 01-15-2007, 08:06 PM   #1
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Default Tahoma v. Verdana

I just got some really incredible software. It's made by some guy in Greece, and it's way beyond anything I've experienced. It sets the default font for Tahoma (with the exception of selected Greek texts, which are Gentium for some reason).

I usually set my font for screen viewing for Verdana, but I'm not going to question this guy's judgment easily. He must have some reason for his choice. Overall the program uses a lot of different languages.

Normally, how would Tahoma compare to Verdana?

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