Comic Sans instead of Cursive?

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There is nothing wrong with the code itself, but I’ve noticed that in every lesson I am asked to input cursive font, the font looks like comic sans instead of fancy cursive. Can anyone tell me why that is?






‘Cursive’ is a font style. Comic Sans MS is a Cursive font. There are quite a few types of font, and if you do a search you’ll find these easily, but what you need to know is:

Cursive = Font type
Comic Sans MS = Cursive font

So, Comic Sans is Cursive, but Cursive is not Comic Sans…

Cursive is basically “curly” as far as I know. :slight_smile:

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