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Roll20 looks different in Firefox (Linux) than in Firefox (Windows)

Hello, I am facing strange issues when loading Roll20 under Linux. Browser is the same in Windows and Linux (Firefox 122). Zoom is set to 100%.  I dont see scroll bars for the map, only for the chat log When I hold alt key to position a token out of grid, I see the map flicker when I drop the token, as if it reloads quickly Most severe - the third column of the (D&D 5e) character sheet is rendered below the other columns, not where it should. In other words, to see character traits and feats, I have to scroll all the way down. Thanks in advance for any idea how to solve this!  
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Lurch said: Hello, I am facing strange issues when loading Roll20 under Linux. Browser is the same in Windows and Linux (Firefox 122). Zoom is set to 100%.  I dont see scroll bars for the map, only for the chat log When I hold alt key to position a token out of grid, I see the map flicker when I drop the token, as if it reloads quickly Most severe - the third column of the (D&D 5e) character sheet is rendered below the other columns, not where it should. In other words, to see character traits and feats, I have to scroll all the way down. Thanks in advance for any idea how to solve this!   Browser Settings are the same on LINUX and Windows? Are all fonts in place? as for the third column rendered below... I assume if you widen the sheet that it gets rendered correctly again...
Thanks a lot, installing the proper fonts worked for the character sheet issue. I could enable the scroll bars by ticking "Always show scrollbars" in the firefox settings. The reason for the alt key issue is that alt is also used for moving the window in my window manager (Cinnamon), but thats minor. For others having the same issue: 1) Install microsoft fonts following this guide: <a href="https://www.howtogeek.com/769894/how-to-install-google-and-microsoft-fonts-on-linux/" rel="nofollow">https://www.howtogeek.com/769894/how-to-install-google-and-microsoft-fonts-on-linux/</a> 2) Change Firefox default fonts as follows (same as windows firefox default fonts): Proportional: Serif Size 16 Serif: Times New Roman Sans Serif: Arial Fixed width: Consolas Size 13 Topic can ce closed.