Re: Sometimes it *doesn't* suck to be blind...
@shadowsystems unfortunately one of the three of those make sense.
Fonts? you don't have to see them, sure, but the default system comes with X y & Z fonts. Unless *you* have uninstalled the others and even then, all the code looks for is that you have A, B & C fonts again they are more likely looking at the default font set that was installed with the OS. Anything else sensory-wise is just hogwash. You also would likely *not* know if windows re-installed such fonts, unless you check every day .. you do don't you? I know that's the first thing *I* do when I get on my system (not)
And then images .. sure turn them off cause *you* can't see them .. that doesn't still mean some wonky issue doesn't occur where the image is not seen as "an image" by the code and content gets pulled down that you weren't expecting, and oh yeah .. because you can't SEE them .. you don't necessarily know if something made it past your "don't download images" filter..
And come to think of it, even with JS turned off, theres likely an option to turn it back on without your direct request by something turning it back on.. oh.. like an update.. and again .. because you're blind, how would you know? until its potentially too late..
So I guess all three of your assertions could be wrong.