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Site design: Why use different fonts for edit window and code windows?

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When I type in the edit window, Codidact seems to use my default monospaced font (Iosevka SS08). But when a code block is displayed, why doesn't it use the same?

I feel like it makes more sense to use the same monospaced font in both places for consistency.

Basically convert this: Original-shot

To this: Modified

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Oops I misread the question. Sorry about that Moshi‭ 5 months ago

I'm going to look into this this week hopefully. I can't categorically say without a proper look, but this looks more like oversight tbh rather than intention mattbrent‭ 5 months ago

Or serif in both places. mbomb007‭ 5 months ago

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