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  • I have selected type faces [fonts] for Opera at - Settings, Appearances, Customize Fonts; selecting Sylfaen for Standard font, Serif font, Sans-serif font, and Georgia for Fixed-width font, but Opera continues to display only sans serif on web pages.

    How do I make Opera obey these selections?

  • Does the page actually say sans serif, or does it specify a font by name?

  • The Customize Fonts page in Settings says Sans-serif font in it's second option. There it has a menu with many type face names.

  • And? Yes I do know how to change the default fonts. Are you saying the list only shows sans-serif fonts, or are you saying that after you change to font websites still show sans-serif fonts?

    If a website specifically asked for Arial or Verdana and you have those fonts available, that is what you will get. If you want websites not to use those fonts you will need an extension such as Stylus that can override the fonts the page requested.

  • I thank you, for telling me of the need to install the Stylus extension.