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I really don't have a favourite . . . I've even been known to use the hated Comic Sans !
Ryan Huggins - Thousan...
Thousand Oaks, CA
Second choice is Arial.
I seem to always use Times New Roman.
Nina Hollander, Broker
Arianna Grande......Oh wait, that's a pop star....i'm confused...
Depends, but I usually use the default on AR and on times new roman or arial on my site
That being said, when I see posts with comic or unusual fonts I just pass them by without reading
Panama City, FL
The default works for me! In general I'm a Times New Roman fan, but will use arial too.
Calibri is my favorite
Lucida Calligraphy on occasion....it's more difficult to read, but I love the look of it....
Arial Black when something needs to standout....
I use the default, although I might make it larger from time to time when I remember. Dang, it's tough to get old!
Times New Roman or Arial. And, I almost always use size 14 to make it easy to read. I hate reading small print posts. Is that a sign of age?
I use 14 and blue and Arial
We use arial, but for some reason AR changes it into its preset font most of the time. A
I have no favorite. I just use what's there.
I have no favorite
Nina Hollander, Broker
They are so limited on AR!
When there is a choice Georgia is on my mind.
I usually use the default font in 14.
Times new roman
I can't stand oddball fonts like comic, block, grunge, graffitti etc.
And don't get me started on oversized fonts either. 12 point is usually just fine for everyone even those with glasses like myself
parked and reading...
Harry F. D'Elia - I'd say, anything works for me - just in case.
Either Arial or Times New Roman in dark blue. I prefer Arial as it is easier to read but like the looks of TNR better.
Arial is what I use. It is readable by those who are sight-disabled and need a computer to speak the words to them.
You know what ever comes up. I really don't spend much time thinking about it or changing anything but the size and color.
New Times Roman
I don't have a favorite.
Verdana on my website.
Arial for emails.
Calibri and Arial work for me. As long as it is easy to read I am okay with many of the fonts.
Hi Harry - I like Tahoma, and hate comic sans.
I use the plain old ActiveRian font - sometimes I enlarge it a little bit.
Cambria. Tired of Arial a log time ago.
No preference, as long as it is the same throughout.
Very hard to read when people try to get fancy with multiple fonts.
12 min, 14 looks better on small devices.
I use the standard font.
Tahoma or Arial
I like to use 18 as far as size and whatever is standard on Active Rain.