New answers tagged kerning
It looks very likely to be dodgy character spacing to me. It's not just the kerning either side of that space - most of it looks too tight (e.g. the Exp), and the e-i gap is wider than the e-l gap in Panelist. As for what to do, I know nothing about .net so can't help there, .net is well outside the standard design tools so you'd be better off asking a site ...
This font is not spaced correctly you should space the entire font manually. Good examples are is in Home between the h and the o in comparison to expiry between the e and the x.
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