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I am completely baffled by an issue I'm seeing with IE and using google's EB Garamond font.
So I of course turn to the limitless knowledge of the QBN users to help me out.
Example page: https://mlexmarketinsight.com/ex…
This looks correct on all browsers other than IE 11. But when you look at it in IE 11 - bizarrely all of the 'u' charatcers become 'v' characters.
seriously. only on IE 11 though.
Any ideas on what's going on here?
Probably something to do with historical letterforms with using U and V. Look into 'font variant' on MDN, and possibly even 'font variant ligatures' (even though it's not a ligature), or 'contextual form alternates' on the goog.
Clever Google, allowing IE to do its job properly, but making it look like it's fucking up instead.
Damn! Thanks. I reckon that's it.
Thanks all for having a look.