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jdadwilson

New to the community. Not sure this is the right place to ask my question... but here goes.

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Notice is the above image there is a white area around the letters. I'm using two Google fonts, Roboto & Tinos. With a light background of course it looks just fine. But with a dark background the white shows.

 

Any thoughts as to the cause of the problem?

 

TIA for any assistance.

jdadwilson

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Ralf Herrmann

It’s hard to judge the image because of the JPG artefacts. I can’t say I clearly see any white. I would rather expect it to be the results of how the specific app/operating system and monitor work together. Have you tried to view it on different devices? 

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jdadwilson

Agree about the image. I think a link to the web site would be better but some people are a little paranoid about links. How about...

WorldWideWeb dot MS Holmes dot org slash cemeteries

Look at the red text in the box and the text in the stripped table.

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Riccardo Sartori

No white around the letters for me, even on the website. I checked with every browser I have on my Mac. Tomorrow I could check on Windows.

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jdadwilson

I check with the following browsers... Wave, Opera, Edge, Firefox, Chrome, & Brave. All have the bleeding. Here is a partial screenshot.

I'm running Windows 11 on a HP [12th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-12700   2.10 GHz] with Vizio 24" monitor.

 

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