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Harvey
I've set my whole forum to use Trebuchet MS as the font. For some reason the email page defaults to another font (maybe Verdana?):



Not really a big deal but I'd like it to match. I'm sure I just need to add this:

font-family: Trebuchet MS, Times, Serif;

somewhere.

Like I said not a rush.
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Hugo <Nabble>
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Go to the "Options > Application > Change appearance" page and click on the "Font" button on the top. Set "Trebuchet MS" as the font (you may also change the title font) and save. Then remove the CSS code (use the CSS button on the same toolbar) that defines that font so that you don't have conflicting definitions.
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Harvey
I have both set to Trebuchet in the new (very cool) Font feature. But I couldn't find the conflict in the CSS. Could you give me a clue as to where to look?
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Hugo <Nabble>
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Just search for "Trebuchet MS" in the CSS code and remove the lines. That should be enough.
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Harvey
Hugo <Nabble> wrote
Just search for "Trebuchet MS" in the CSS code and remove the lines. That should be enough.
I'm trying to get the whole site into Trebuchet MS.

Here is the only place I see it:

}
.nabble h1,
.nabble h2,
.nabble .light-black {
 font-family: Trebuchet MS, Times, Serif;
        color: #062848;
}

The only other mention of font is here:

div.macro_app_people,
#nabble-user-header,
div.breadcrumbs,
div.action-link,
table.main,
div.forum-footer {
    font-weight:bold;
}
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Harvey
I added that line here:

div.macro_app_people,
#nabble-user-header,
div.breadcrumbs,
div.action-link,
table.main,
div.forum-footer {
    font-family: Trebuchet MS, Times, Serif;
    font-weight:bold;
}

And that seemed to work.
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Hugo <Nabble>
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Your solution is good and you can leave it as it is. The problem is that that screen hasn't been templated yet, so some configurations in the change appearance page don't work correctly in that case. The right answer is CSS, like you just did.
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Harvey

I noticed that that page does not have the NAML Link at the
bottom of the page.

So when all is done I can remove any mention of font from the css?

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Hugo <Nabble>
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Harvey44 wrote
I noticed that that page does not have the NAML Link at the bottom of the page.
Yes, that page doesn't use NAML.
Harvey44 wrote
So when all is done I can remove any mention of font from the css?
Yes.