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Facebook tests a big change that for once isn’t a Snapchat ripoff

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Have you noticed anything different about your Facebook account today? No? Squint and look just a little closer. 

Based on a scattering of tweets, Facebook appears to be testing out new fonts across its platform. And like Geneva, the font that the social media giant began trying out last year, the new fonts are not a Facebook creation. Rather, if speculation across Twitter is correct, the company is now playing with having fonts default to users’ system fonts. 

What does that mean? Well, if you’re on a Mac, your status updates are now being brought to you in  ”San Francisco” (the font, not the city — unless you live in San Francisco, I guess).  Read more…

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