Changes the CSS font-family of all text on a webpage to the desired font name.
Install the extension, go to the extension's Options page, and type the font name that you wish to use on webpages in the field. That's it! It will force webpages to use the font you specify in all items.
This extension is based on the previously-existing extension here:
I wanted to add the option to change the font name, rather than having it hard-coded into the extension. Unfortunately I don't have the time to do anything more than that, simply understanding the way content scripts communicate with background pages has eaten up enough of my work time already. :) If possible, I'd love to find a way to integrate the extension with the Chrome Options menu for fonts. And maybe a way to replace all text that is supposed to be in a serif font with the user's serif font selection (and so on for sans-serif and monospace). But that's another day (and maybe another developer).
Changed the manifest so that the extension runs on all frames - this should solve _most_ (but not all) sites that load content dynamically.
I spent many hours (not kidding) trying to get certain sites (msn.foxsports.com articles specifically) working, using loops to iterate over elements in the frames, using jquery, etc. Could not get it to work.
P.S. I didn't have any icons and Google has apparently changed their policies to force you to include a 128x128 icon. Zorak was the best I could do on short notice. :)
P.P.S. Apparently you also have to include a screenshot! So I included one of a website that (now) uses frames that are dynamically loaded and now display in the desired font.