Re: font substitution

From: Andrew Dunbar (
Date: Fri Jul 05 2002 - 00:21:44 EDT

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     --- Alan Horkan <> wrote: >
    > >
    > > Okay, what if you don't have any default by
    > default. Prompt the user
    > > the first time that you need to do this and you
    > could make a checkbox
    > > that sets the default action as whatever they
    > click on (or just force
    > > them to setup the defaults then). In my opinion
    > that may be the most
    > > user friendly, least anti-productive, and the most
    > logical way to do
    > > this. --Kyle
    > 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 actually like this idea too. I would like to be
    able to select "default" from any/all of the font
    menus. Of course there are probably usability
    arguments against it and it's not a "must have" for


    > Later
    > Alan


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