Now, the problem with Helvetica is a big problem on Chrome for Windows in regards to Fiverr and other pages that use this font, because Chrome appears to still have a font rendering bug that doesn’t display Helvetica
Because of this Chrome bug with Helvetica rendering, which looks really bad since it’s not actually Helvetica, I had to use an extension to change the generic fallback sans/serif font to Arial, which for some reason looks quite good on Fiverr, although I started to hate Arial
Here’s an example of how Fiverr fonts fall back to a generic sans-serif due to Chrome’s Helvetica display bug:
And here’s how it looks when I replace it with Arial: quite lovely, readable & even a bit eye-candy
P.S. Apple is a fan of Myriad Pro, but now have their own font called San Francisco.
P.P.S. in case you’ve noticed, yeah, I removed the “cancellation rate” using adblocker because I don’t like seeing it, it really annoys me after all those “mistake” cancellations and nonsense cancellations lowering it.