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Is it possible to change the default font face in Bitbucket

With the current font face, words like clone and done are virtually indistinguishable.

This is in all text.

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Hello @Mike Warner,

Thanks for reaching out.

Unfortunately, this is not possible in Bitbucket. I don't think this is a common practice in general. However I believe there're browser extensions that can do this kind of tweaks for you client-side.

Hope this helps.

Cheers,
Daniil

Thanks, Daniil.  I know that it's not common practice, but Bibtucket has so many features, that I was hoping that there were some accessibility options that would include setting the font face.

Use Firefox, select a word in the "bad" font, right click it, select Inspect. In the rightmost pane, choose the Fonts tab, you'll see which font is being used. In the second for the right pane, look which fonts are preferred by the page (prepare to scroll and squint a lot, sorry). In my case, Nono Sans is being used, several fonts are earlier in the list, notably Roboto, a high quality font from Google. Try installing it. If the problem is the the monospaced font for code display, try installing Roboto Mono.

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