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Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 366 Star 5,279 Fork 754 coolwanglu/pdf2htmlEX Code Issues 158 Pull requests 9 Projects Heyo, I'm a front-end developer, and work on the Google Chrome team focused on Developer Tooling. It includes the Japanese M+ (Mplus) font too! 47. I don't want to do research (First year tenure-track faculty) Why would you compare 'A' with 0x41?

They would be paid for by a mixture of sponsorship, public funds and grass roots donations allowing an organisation to commission type designers at commercial rates. John - thanks for the link. Reply ↓ JM Permalink to comment# December 5, 2012 IE such a sick browser :/ Reply ↓ dheena Permalink to comment# January 8, 2013 how to use font face for LetterGothicStd Dont bother with -webkit-font-smoothing it's not supported anymore.

Convert Otf To Eot

Super Progressive […]: Opera 10+ should be 23+. Chrome and Opera are the same, but FF and IE both require some adjusting to maintain consistency. internet-explorer internet-explorer-10 opentypefont share|improve this question edited Jul 12 '14 at 5:10 fernandopasik 4,36622239 asked May 1 '14 at 17:01 Chemical Programmer 1,1951020 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest Bert Bos' summary reports: Mozilla has stated that they don't want EOT.

  1. Jos also has many other fine faces available via his foundry site, Exljbris.
  2. but this could just as easily be ‘ie9-give-me-the-woff-instead'.
  3. I've used the vendor prefixes for keyframes and such, but I didn't know it could be applied to font positioning.
  4. Did you ever find a fix?
  5. Example Win | FF (21) on IOS https://www.dropbox.com/s/fg9z2j5sw4ai3au/fonts-error.png (sand color arrow font on white background, on FF the font is rendered too bold can't see the arrow) CSS properties that applied:
  6. RioBrewster Permalink to comment# May 7, 2015 Question about using media queries to serve system fonts instead.
  7. The Fontspring @font-face syntax Ethan (the same guy behind Font Squirrel), figured out a trick to make it work everywhere (including IE6, Android, iOS) including all the bugs the above tricks
  8. Well, you've certainly made the whole more comprehensible.
  9. Here, non-IE browsers skip any .eot file and move on.
  10. Added 2010.05.05: The smiley variation is my new recommendation. ← Click through to read why.

Set the basic font-family: h1, h2, h3, p, td{ font-family:'Fontin-Regular', georgia, serif; } Notice the 'Fontin-Regular' name -- this is an arbitrary name that can be whatever you like. I'm viewing it on XPpro, SP2, using IE6 (yes, I know), FF2.X, NS9, Opera 9.61 and Safari 3.1.