@JohnsHopkins Are the ends of 'DivisionS' & 'DegreeS' on purpose? http://t.co/NgkUkTKL2h #embracetheS http://t.co/el5lbtTJwf
​@JohnsHopkins Are the ends of 'DivisionS' & 'DegreeS' on purpose? http://beta.jhu.edu/academics/ #embracetheS
​@JohnsHopkins Are the ends of 'DivisionS' & 'DegreeS' on purpose? http://beta.jhu.edu/academics/ #embracetheS

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JohnsHopkins
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Not seeing what you're seeing. Send a screen shot?

3 years ago from Baltimore, MD  
ChrisAldrich
1,664 followers
The larger S disappears at higher/lower magnifications, but definitely a few pixels larger at 100/110%

3 years ago from Los Angeles, CA  
ChrisAldrich
1,664 followers
Larger S also seems to show up at 125% in IE11 and at 200% the Ss are slightly smaller than the rest of the font.

3 years ago from Los Angeles, CA  
ChrisAldrich
1,664 followers
possibly an artifact in the font set? maybe to catch scofflaws for non-licensed fonts? Either that or just poorly done font.

3 years ago from Los Angeles, CA