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Arial is a sloppy-looking knockoff of Helvetica. It's the typographical equivalent of fake designer clothes.

There's nothing inherently wrong with using Verdana as a screen font.




> It's the typographical equivalent of fake designer clothes.

So... perfectly fine for most people?


I see, thanks. I didn't know Arial was much newer than Helvetica.




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