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    Change default posting font?

    Is there any way to change and then set as the default the font that is used (by me) for posting?

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    You can easily change the font by highlighting the text you have typed and clicking on font in the toolbar then choosing the one you want from the list. I cant find anything in the settings to make it default.

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    To be honest, Chuck, I would suggest that you stay with the default font, size, colour, weight and other attributes. The important thing is to spend the effort to make as clear as possible the question which you want to be answered, and not to distract potential respondents with any peculiar and bizarre presentations of it, however 'clever-clever' these might appear...
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    Uranium Lounger CWBillow's Avatar
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    Yes changing isn't a big deal, but if I do it every time I just thought... Bold or larger fonts a re a bit easier on my eyes it seems.

    Oh well, thanks anyway.

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