I remember making a thread 5-6 years ago where I suggested to change the font to one that has better Unicode coverage, particularly for Windows users. Trebuchet MS, the Windows font used, sucks for anything beyond European languages. Mandarin Chinese pinyin looks bad, and so does IPA or anything that tries to use an acute accent in a non-European way (at least we've got the [ipa ] tag for IPA).
People agreed that it should be changed but 5-6 years ago no one actually could. Times have changed and making changes to UniLang is a lot easier now. I could do it myself!
What would you guys like to have instead though? The current configuration of font-family is:"Lucida Grande", "Trebuchet MS", Verdana, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
I would be happy with Arial (I'm used to it from reading Wikipedia, in particular), but I would also be happy with Segoe UI, a perfectly fine font. Here is the font-family configuration I propose:"Lucida Grande", "Segoe UI", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
I made some screenshots comparing the four default Windows Unicode fonts that have at least some coverage of combining diacritics when used in a novel way (Lucida Sans Unicode's coverage is kind of bad in comparison with the other three though):https://imgur.com/a/LH1WX