The lower case t in question titles and other places where the font is larger than body seems to be poorly formed. It's a bit too short, typically the same height as the top of the curve of the lower case e rather than being a touch above it.

Here is what it looks like to caseyr547:


Apparently this isn't universal as Caleb (Linux/Xorg/Chrome) doesn't have the same issue. At risk of being recursive here is how his browser renders, which the other screen shot showing for reference:


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  • Can you provide an image? It looks fine to me. What browser and OS are you using? – Andrew Leach Jun 4 '13 at 22:01
  • @AndrewLeach it's both chrome and firefox 21.0. I'm not the only one who noticed either. If you find a t and e next to each other it's particularly stark. Such as in the title of meta.christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/1785/… – wax eagle Jun 5 '13 at 0:00
  • I notice it too in chrome it looks like half the texas tech symbol. ttu.edu its only off a few pixels though. – user4060 Jun 5 '13 at 8:07
  • Funny, this definitely isn't a problem on my computers/browsers. I see quite clearly in the screenshot from casey what you're talking about, but the same thing renders fine on my screen. I winder if this is a bug in the font itself and the Windows font subsystem is screwing you up. Single letter rendering issues aren't likely to be a CSS site theme thing! – Caleb Jun 5 '13 at 19:17
  • For reference my observations are from Windows 7 and 8 with latest stable Chrome on Win 8 and Firefox 21.0 on Win 7. – wax eagle Jun 5 '13 at 19:31

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