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--- Comment #28 from Bryce Glover <> ---
(In reply to comment #11)
> Another approach would be to use information available at run-time to
> determine
> the probability that a user requires additional fonts to render text on the
> page. This would entail checking whether the user-agent string matches
> against
> a list of platforms which are known to require support. It could also entail
> using JavaScript to programmatically inspect the appearance of text on the
> page
> to determine which alphabets may require additional support before they can
> be
> displayed correctly.

Couldn't the ULS team also use JavaScript to query client systems for their
font lists before searching through them to see if any of the fonts installed
on such client systems include the characters necessary to display text
correctly in articles that require additional fonts to load properly?  Such
programmatic logic could then be used to determine if the ULS needs to load any
additional web fonts to finish displaying an article.

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