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My last questions on subtitling, I promise - Which is not unduly obvious, as I am about to explain
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My last questions on subtitling, I promise
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plonq From: plonq Date: April 7th, 2006 01:24 pm (UTC) (Link)
I find the Veranda font much easier to read. It has better kerning than the Tahoma font, and I find it a much faster read. The individual letters in the Tahoma font are a bit more clear, but the words jump out more readily in the Veranda font.

Really, I would not discount a font just because the "ol" pair could be mistaken for "d" in some situations, or because the "I" and "l" look very similar. The brain is a wonderful device, and it is very good at filling in the right word based on context. Serif or no, few people are going to mistake "Welcome to the fold" for "Welcome to the foId".
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