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A font fondler, IMO, is someone who prefers to take
more time to make something look pretty than make sure
it's technically correct. This usually lends itself to
a barrage of typographical tweaking, or fondling, thus
Someone not acting as a "font fondler" works within
the defined style and template set, and focuses on
accuracy of content primarily, allowing the template
and followed process to dictate how "pretty" the
(because life is too short to be inept)
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