Steps to replicate the issue (include links if applicable):
- Use Chrome on Windows (Chrome 107.0.5304.107, Windows 10) on the desktop.
- Open a private browser window. Don't log in to Wikipedia.
- Open the article https://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/BTS.
- Scroll down.
- Towards the end of the infobox, around the first (שם) or the second (היסטוריה) section heading, all the body text letters become fuzzy, as if they are bold, but not quite. More like as if they are all written twice, one pixel to the left of the other.
What should have happened instead?:
The appearance of the body text letters is not supposed to change.
Other information (browser name/version, screenshots, etc.):
I couldn't reproduce this on Legacy Vector, or on Firefox or on Linux. But Vector 2022 is the default on Hebrew Wikipedia and on many other languages, and Chrome on Windows 10 is one of the most common client combinations, so it's probably important.
- Visit https://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/BTS using the latest version of Chrome on Windows and scroll to the end of the page
- Assert that the text is not rendered twice
- Visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mousetrap using the latest version of Chrome on Windows and scroll to the end of the page
- Assert that the text is not rendered twice.
- Verify that the Table of contents is rendered correctly (no missing icons, text looks legible, section toggling works, etc)
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