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One day I happened to read a Wikipedia article and looking at it it took me a second to realize why it looked funny and then I saw how all the text on the whole page was bold At the time I didnt think it was a problem I assumed they refurbished all the articles to make them bold But it wasnt just the article itself that was in bold it was all the text on the whole site However it wasnt just Wiki I went to read some news article on another site and the text on that site was entirely in bold as well Likewise the article itself was in bolditalic When I saw that the first thing I noticed is how all the text on a page takes on the characteristics of any text on the page thats in bold andor italic such as a leader sentence as in a news article or the bold leading words of a Wiki article In other words if theres a page thats supposed to have a bold headline and regular body font perhaps with a word or two in italics every single figure on the whole freaking page would be entirely in bold italics The font sizes would stay intact just the font styles are all messed up Our computer is a shared HP Pavilion Elite HPE that runs Windows 7 I first noticed the problem on Firefox on my desktop but everyone else in our household also noticed how the font is bold andor italic on both the Internet Explorer version 9 and Firefox version 13 on their desktops It even affects our AOL program version 96 This problem only affects our internet It doesnt affect installed non-internet programs like Microsoft Office and Adobe nor does it affect default programs for Windows like the games and WordPad nor any programs downloaded from the internet such as Hulu Apparently somehow when were online the computer
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