From: Randy Kramer (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jul 04 2002 - 12:11:23 EDT
Alan Horkan wrote:
> i mostly dont change the font from Times New Roman, and in fact would
> rather not save any font information and let the viewer see in their
> preferred font.
> so this idea of a default "Non Font" is quite appealing.
I don't think we're all on the same wavelength. I like Mark Gilbert's
proposal to prompt (ask the question) the first time the need arises,
but the question is whether to replace existing fonts visual only or
"hard" -- there would still be fonts saved in the document.
Your idea to have a default "non-font" setting (where the users generic
choice of fonts overrides anything specified in the document) might be
interesting (it is what I usually prefer for web browsing), but is
something different. (IIUC)
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