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All these broken symbols are defined in CSS as these wierd Unicode private-use-segment characters, like "\f0d7"... it's as though whoever wrote your CSS either doesn't know how text encoding works (are these trying to expand to the UTF-8 encoding of the characters you're actually after, or something?)... or they decided that a runtime dependency on a third-party-hosted widget post-processing library was a great idea (protip; it's even less of a good idea than a runtime widget post-processing library).

 

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That explains it; remote fonts were blocked. And, for that matter, will stay that way.

Edited by Wyrframe

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