On Google Chrome, Chinese characters are being marked in different scripts on the same site, and traditional characters are rendered in a sans-serif font while simplified are rendered in a serif font:
On Duolingo, we have two different fonts in the same sentence:
On Yabla, the search box renders 在饭馆 with 在 in traditional and 饭馆 in simplified:
This started today (07/16/2022) and I have not made any changes to my font or language settings since about a week before this started happening. I am on Version 10.0.19044 Build 19044 of Windows 10 and running the latest versions of Google Chrome (Version 103.0.5060.114) and Discord (Stable 138254 (8e7d809)).
I do not have any custom fonts installed for Chinese. This issue persists in some apps (such as Discord) but does not persist in other browsers such as Firefox or Opera. I have checked my font settings in Chrome and there are no options for fonts in languages different from the UI/System language, which in my case is English.
I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling both traditional and simplified Chinese in my Windows settings. In Chrome, when selecting the different characters with the inspect tool, it displays that they are being rendered with the same font set but apparently different fonts are being chosen for each script.
If it is not possible to correct this issue at the source (identifying characters correctly) then I would like to know how to set the default font for each language so that the characters in the simplified script appear in a sans-serif font that looks similar to the traditional font.