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Anyone else experiencing this and how do I change it, as modifying the font settings in Chromium-based Edge has no effect and the same output occurs in FireFox? I'm unsure what update could have resulted in this and no manual changes to the system font/appearance has occurred:

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    It's related to the recent font changes on SE - but I can't find the meta post discussing it. – DavidPostill May 27 at 16:37
  • @DavidPostill Is there any way to override it? Not sure if it helps, but Android still displays it correctly, both as a mobile site and viewing as a desktop site. – JW0914 May 27 at 17:22
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    meta.stackexchange.com/a/364881/135565 is the meta post. @JW0914 was there a recent platform update? I think that's what triggered off the issue on mine. – Journeyman Geek May 28 at 7:54
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    @JourneymanGeek Yeah, that was the post I couldn't find :/ – DavidPostill May 28 at 10:32
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Is there any way to override it? Not sure if it helps, but Android still displays it correctly, both as a mobile site and viewing as a desktop site.

The font is system specific. So the font on Android will inherently look different on Windows.

Windows continues to get Segoe, but we drop system-ui since it isn’t quite ready for primetime.

Android gets Roboto, but we don’t specify it since it was clobbering Debian

Source: We are switching to system fonts on May 10, 2021

I'm unsure what update could have resulted in this and no manual changes to the system font/appearance has occurred:

It wasn’t a Windows update, it was a network wide Stack Exchange change, that happened on May 11th 2021

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