...there's a very simple solution:
- Go to your user page, then "Preferences"
- Tick the box "Hide questions in your ignored tags"
- Add "font-identification" to your ignored tags using the tool provided.
Looks like this:
Naturally this is an option for any type of question you're not interested in.
I thought I'd spell it out here since I'd noticed that someone, or possibly a couple of people, seems to be down-voting all font id questions, including good ones.
Every piece of content doesn't need to appeal to every user. If every user downvoted every question they weren't personally interested in, most questions on most sites on the network would be downvoted to their doom.
It's perfectly normal for there to be a few tags you're not interested in. Just ignore them, and if they still bug you, use the feature provided.
The mystery downvoter should probably also be aware that StackExchange is moving towards an "interestingness algorithim" that estimates what questions users are most likely to be interested in by their behaviour, including what you click on. It's already in action on StackOverflow and may be spreading to other sites, too.
So, if you click on every font-identification you see then downvote it, you're stacking up user data that this potential future algorithim would most likely take to mean that you love font ID questions - but you just can't quite find that perfect Font ID question that leaves you satisfied.