Post Reply. Quote Wed Jul 22, am Post as it seems I can not unformat the bold option from text neither with keyboard shortcuts nor the ruler. Contact KB. Obviously if this were the norm then I'd be receiving hundreds of bug reports about this, and I certainly can't reproduce it, so it must be down to a specific situation.
Lucida Sans Demibold fotogmevolhe.ml Lucida Sans Demibold fotogmevolhe.ml Lucida SansRegularLucida Sans Regular: B&H: Lucida Sans RegularVersion LucidaSansLucida is a registered trademark of Bigelow & Holmes Inc. Lucida Sans Demibold Italic font. Lucida Sans Typewriter Regular. Lucida Sans Typewriter Regular font Lucida Sans Typewriter Bold Oblique font.
Could you first try closing and restarting Scrivener to see if that fixes it in case some sort of exception is being thrown in the background. If that works, take a look at the console log open up Console. If it doesn't fix it, then see if you get the problem with all fonts or just one font. If one font, let me know what it is.
Also check you are not in scriptwriting mode in which case you won't see the word or character count at the bottom of the editor but instead a pop-up button with "Scene Heading", "Action" etc. All the best, Keith. Quote Fri Jul 24, am Post I have the same problem with unbolding but for me it seems to be only with Lucida Sans at least out of the fonts I tested , and it also occurs in Text Edit.
I too thought it was a Scrivener bug at first but that's because I only ever write in Scrivener. I cannot unbold it from either Scrivener or TextEdit.
Charles Bigelow is an American type historian, professor, and designer. Both designers wanted to create a font family that gave nice output on laser printers and displays, was available in a wide range of variants and weights, and included many mathematical symbols.
Over the years they extended the font family which now includes serif, sans-serif, blackletter, calligraphic, mono-spaced, handwritten, casual and fax-optimized variants. There is a boring Wikipedia page on Lucida.
Add a comment if you know of a nice page about Lucida. No one seems to know for sure.
http://www.cogumelo.uevora.pt/includes/2484.php I find Lucida is very readable down to 9 pt. Its has a fairly sober appearance, which seems more suitable for non-fictional texts than for fiction. Arial, Verdana, Helvetica and others do not support other weights than normal and bold.
The screenshots of Weather clearly demonstrate that. Documents that you create using cloud fonts will render the same when opened in the Office apps listed in the table—without you having to embed them. Font name. Thank you for your feedback! For me, the font was installed in different formats in different macOS versions, and the upgrade may not have completed successfully which muddled things even though Font Book didn't complain.
Lets try it instead of the font smoothing approach. This will work on Chrome, Safari and Firefox. So there you have it. I think the right thing to do is let the browser and the platform decide what kind of rendering is the best for it.
It is almost impossible that you try that your design looks exactly the same on every device on the planet, no matter how different they could be. But, I know the reality is far from this.
So, lets put a smile on their faces and use this work around on our developments. Search for:. Universidad Veracruzana.
Example 1 Google Chrome. Example 2 Google Chrome.