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  • #2782

    Scott

    Hello, I am doing a demo site for a client and the font renders properly in IE, but not in FF or Chrome. Any thoughts?

    http://demo.web-crafters.com/

    Thank you!

    #2783

    Scott

    It only renders properly in IE. It doesn’t in Opera or Safari either.

    #2784

    Dinesh
    Keymaster

    Hi Scott,

    Is that the font American Type Writer ? I can see it properly working in FF.

    If possible, can you send me the snapshot of what you see there ?

    Thanks

    #2789

    Scott

    Hi Dinesh, thanks for responding. Here are 6 screenshots – 3 in Chrome, 3 in FF. The issue isn’t that they aren’t showing up, but rather that when the font is replaced, lines randomly break or are separated across the screen to the far right (see chrome 1 example):

    These are from the home page and the contact page @ demo.web-crafters.com

    http://www.web-crafters.com/chrome1.jpg
    http://www.web-crafters.com/chrome2.jpg
    http://www.web-crafters.com/chrome3.jpg
    http://www.web-crafters.com/firefox1.jpg
    http://www.web-crafters.com/firefox2.jpg
    http://www.web-crafters.com/firefox3.jpg

    thank you!

    Scott

    #2790

    Scott

    I should mention that my them is woothemes “For the Cause” which has an embedded font substitution section; however, I have disabled it so that I can mod things using CSS. Changing fonts using CSS works fine.

    #2791

    Scott

    Trend. I don’t know why, but the line breaks are constantly either BEFORE or AFTER the letter “e” in every case I can find throughout the demo site.

    Also, you are correct on the font.

    #2792

    Dinesh
    Keymaster

    Hi Scott,

    Seems like there is problem with the font itself. Can you try some different fonts ? I am looking it but haven’t good any clue yet.

    Thanks

    #2793

    Scott

    OK. I will take a look. Thanks!

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