Default font in the Visual Editor has changed to sans-serif
|Reported by:||mfields||Owned by:||azaozz|
The default font for the visual editor in trunk has recently changed from a Georgia stack to sans-serif. I believe this is a regression and I was able to track it down to the following changeset 
This may be hard to see on a stock install of trunk running Twenty Eleven. The reason for this is that Twenty Eleven provides a custom stylesheet for the Visual Editor. To see what I am talking about, you will need to install a theme that has no editor stylesheet.
Here is what text in the Visual Editor looks like in 3.3.1
Here is what test looks like in the latest trunk:
Removing the font styles from the body element in wp_theme/content.css seems to do the trick. Not sure if this is the best approach. Patch to follow.
Change History (4)
- Milestone changed from Awaiting Review to 3.4
- Owner set to azaozz
- Severity changed from normal to major
- Status changed from new to assigned