From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2005 - 15:06:01 CST
Adam Twardoch <list dot adam at twardoch dot com> wrote:
> You're fast at making presumptions.
> There are sanserif fonts where I and l look different (e.g. Verdana)
> and such where they look the same (e.g. Arial). Obviously, the latter
> are not suitable for displaying URLs.
Yes, you're right. My mistake. I could have just looked down at my
taskbar item called "Inbox" to see the serifed I in Tahoma.
But your "paypaI.com" came in the body of a message, which I set to
Arial Unicode MS for best Unicode coverage at small size.
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