My Google is missing an e! (only in Safari)

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  1. 3isabelle27, Jul 20, 2012
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    3isabelle27 macrumors newbie

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    I tried turning off extensions and such. Didn't work. OS X 10.7.4, Safari 5.1.7. I went to google.com in Chrome and Firefox, no missing e! Any ideas?

    Edit: got some new info on this issue: it seems that the 'e' is gone only on the window in focus.

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  2. 184550 Guest

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    Is it affecting performance? ;)

    If not, I wouldn't worry about it.
     
  3. 3isabelle27 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Haha! It's not affecting performance. :D
    However, got some new info on this issue; it seems that the 'e' is gone only on the window in focus.
     
  4. Ddyracer macrumors 68000

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    Try logging out of your account and clearing the cache.
     
  5. tech4all macrumors 68040

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    Out of curiosity, is missing in the source code in the Title tag?
     
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  7. barredfreak macrumors 6502

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    May I ask how you changed the font of Safari?
     
  8. Glenn.eu macrumors member

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    Google should delete the letter "A" when visiting the Apple website on the Chrome browser :D
     
  9. 3isabelle27 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    tech4all, nope. The HTML was fine and again, it's only missing on the window in focus.

    mrsir2009, haha maybe I will

    barredfreak, I changed the system font. It's Neutraface. You can either replace the default Lucida Grande with a font with the same metadata, or change the font with a program such as TinkerTool.

    We figured out the issue was the custom font we installed. Now the question is how is the font doing this? What we've found is that if the title of the page contains an uppercase g, the last character of the title is removed. It doesn't seem to happen with any other letter, though we did not try them all.
     

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