So, once upon a time I was suggesting we set up a dewang so that instead of having to copy-paste the table and modify the buttons for each console, you could just put in the combination for a specific game, and the tabs would populate with that console's version of the buttons.
I think this should work, but I don't know if it would require having every single row be held in a single template.
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Apparently it's a recent feature, so yeah, it took even me some digging to figure out. On top it's a bit awkward to code, so I didn't really foolproof it - we are only using it for that one page for now anyway.
I think the problem is the font itself. In typography there is a term called ligature and it means that 2 characters are too close and actually overlap in a way that makes them appear as one character. Right now it is happening with "fi", "Al". The feet on the "n" and "m" are so close that they just become squares with lines(at least on my computer they arent very clear unless i have a 140% zoom).
There is actually a lot of type problems with the font currently used. Can you change it to match the font of everything else? Or send me the link to the page so i can tweak it? Honestly the font used for the infobox parameters looks ancient, especially next to the other ones we are using.