Jonathan Robie wrote:David Lim wrote:I really don't understand; I have not done a single thing but now can see the characters!! Amazing.
Do you happen to have FreeSans installed? If so, that would explain it, I added FreeSans back to the font list.
Actually it turned out to be intermittent, because yesterday it was somehow using Gentium but today it did not work. But I found another way Firefox 2 is "powerful" enough to allow me to select different default serif and sans-serif fonts for both Western and Greek! I think this should work for anyone who is using Firefox who wants to choose their own fonts rather than the ones used by B-Greek: Go to Tools > Options > Content > Fonts & Colors > Advanced > Fonts for: Greek > Sans-serif: YourFont. It only affects polytonic Greek unicode characters though, but it will do for me