This one mystifies me.
The Raw HTML
This is on my MacBook Pro. How in the world to you go from this HTML:
As Rendered in the Browser
To this in the browser?
Look carefully at the sequence of digits for the default font.
Disabling CSS will cause all 7s to look like 9s (because everything is
then in the defaualt font).
Any clues on how to fix this would be welcome.
Several people have reported they can’t reproduce it. Here is
Mac OS 10.4.10
Also, copying and pasting what looks to be “0123456979” into a text
editor will give “0123456789”. Perhaps a font is corrupted so the “7”
is displaying as a “9” glyph?
Update 2—Problem Fixed
John Guenin suggests: Try resetting your font caches:
Thanks John. I downloaded FontNuke from the link provided and
although the program itself was a bit flaky, I finally got a clean run
from it and after rebooting the problem has been fixed. So the
verdict is that it was probably a bad font cache that was displaying
the “7” glyph incorrectly.
Thanks to everyone who made suggestions.