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John Savard said:
Of course, my opinion is that they should copy the lead of the Supreme Court, and go with Century Expanded (or Schoolbook), at least for paper documents, if they want to be sure that people will be able to read them.As for displays: resolution has gone up from 640 by 480 to 1920 by 1080, yes, on a typical computer (yes, some people have 4K for double that resolution, but you can't depend on that), but the biggest innovation that affected the appearance of typefaces on a screen wasn't that, it was Microsoft ClearType.Of course, some people use Macintosh computers with Retina displays, but that is not common, that is rare and unusual.
Christopher Slye said:it would be really great if our government could standardize on something open source.