I've noticed that in the Discord mobile app for iOS, when text is italicized, there is a true dedicated italics font in play, with the letters noticeably changed, f's flow down, a's are simplified, and so on. This is a common things fonts do to make themselves more readable when italicized, and also as a stylistic thing.
For some reason, however, this "true italics" does not exist on Android, or on the original Desktop and web app platforms, which strikes me as thoroughly strange.
I propose adding in the full font set for all platforms. It looks nice on iPhone and I'd love to see it applied cross-platform, instead of the current italics we get where it's just the standard text slanted. I can't imagine this would be a difficult thing to fix, I imagine it's as simple as pushing an update that adds a .ttf file to the application to the devices that don't have it, but maybe it requires more intense work than that.
Overall just seems like an oversight that should be easily fixed.
(Figured this was the best section to post this in since it is technically an issue that arose on iOS, in that it has a feature no other platform does).
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