Update: Google Chrome browser fonts problem on Mac OS X
You may have seen my earlier post on this topic here and thought “Yippeee” problem solved!
Well that’s true, if you’re on Mac and your font manager serves one of the standard Web fonts like Arial, then by removing the font from the manager and allowing Chrome to fall through to the version in the system font library you fix the problem (remember that the Chrome security model currently only allows it to read fonts from the standard systems fonts folder).
Unfortunately this does not work for all cases!! For example, if a Web page uses a font like Calibri, such as http://perspectives.mvdirona.com/2009/02/07/FacebookCassandraArchitectureAndDesign.aspx then this font won’t be in your system fonts folder. On the other hand, as in my case, it may be in your font manager.
You can’t delete it from your font manager, because there is no system equivalent
Currently, no obvious fix! // except… I decided Calibri wasn’t that important and disabled it anyway
Come on Google sort out the Mac!