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Missing Safari 6 Font Preference? Terminal to the Rescue!

Safari 6.0, which Apple released into the wild at the same time it did Mountain Lion, lacks the preference option, present in earlier versions, for setting the default proportional font and fixed-width fonts. Fortunately, you can still set them using a series of defaults commands in Terminal. To find out how, see the TidBITS article Fix Your Fonts in Safari 6.

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