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Hevetica Regular 12 is the standard in Apple Mail on macOS, it should be the same on iPad, try to compare this font with an old mail.


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It should be San Francisco, the system typeface in iOS, see Apple Typography guidelines I tried to check comparing it to similar typefaces both in iPad mail and in TextEdit. Here's mail. Here's TextEdit. I took "i"s and "a"s as a confirmation that the default is SF. You can see that the length of the first lines are different, but SF has different ...


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Encouraged Behaviour In Apple's case, Myles Maxfield of WebKit explained how to use the system fonts: Web content is sometimes designed to fit in with the overall aesthetic of the underlying platform which it is being rendered on. One of the ways to achieve this is by using the platform’s system font, which is possible on iOS and OS X by using the -apple-...


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I had this issue today, basically to enable the Powerline fonts from iTerm2, just go over to Preferences > Profiles > Text and check the box for "Use built-in Powerline glyphs".


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the only 'fix' I've found is to map F15 to a keyboard maestro script to run the following AppleScript. Just one key press the get things legible (for me) again. tell application "System Events" key down command key code 24 key code 24 key code 24 key up command end tell


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