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Troubleshooting Webfonts

Open-type features

So you just bought your first font and some of the characters look different than the samples. The culprit is probably Open-type features. Software often vary in what they have turned on by default. In this video, I explain how to manage which features are turned on in the most common software programs such as Adobe and Microsoft products.

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@Font-Face Bugs

Occasionally we are asked to help troubleshoot odd issues with CSS and @font-face. Here are a few bugs we've uncovered...

Style Linking

Style linking is a somewhat confusing feature of the font-face spec. It is however very useful when working with a font family that has the four standard styles of regular, italic, bold and bold italic. When a family is style linked, we can refer to just one font name, "FamilyName", instead of each individual font style like "FamilyNameBoldItalic".