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  • #132982

    chrisburton
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    @djpysu Where did you get the font?

    #132983

    djpysu
    Member

    buyed and converted with http://www.font2web.com/

    #132984

    chrisburton
    Participant

    @djpysu Where did you buy it from?

    #132985

    djpysu
    Member

    I really don’t know, the designer did all that stuff…

    #132986

    chrisburton
    Participant

    @djpysu Well the issue is the font itself. There is no fix. I’m also wondering why you would have needed to convert it as most, or at at least all the distributors I’m aware of, provide those files.

    #132987

    djpysu
    Member

    I understand, thank you !

    #132988

    chrisburton
    Participant

    @djpysu LTC Bodoni 175 is a great alternative, though.

    #132992

    djpysu
    Member

    ok, so: I’ve replaced with BauerBodoni BlackItalic (this is the font we are using actually), and it is displaying great on mozilla and IE, the problem appears only on chrome, so I think it’s not the font issue, right?

    #132993

    chrisburton
    Participant

    @djpysu Remove the font correction code

    #132994

    djpysu
    Member

    yes, same thing – only on chrome.
    I’ve searched and I found that chrome has some problems with webfonts antialiasing but this is a really big problem for chrome. Don’t know if there is any other solution…

    #132995

    chrisburton
    Participant

    @djpysu Can you ask your designer where he/she is getting the fonts from?

    #132996

    djpysu
    Member

    I will ask, thank you .

    #133005

    chrisburton
    Participant

    @djpysu After further testing, this seems to be related to Chrome specifically and is a known bug.

    IE rendering:

    Chrome rendering:

    #287607

    kaloian
    Participant

    Hello,
    I have downloaded this font DIN Alternate from here https://www.cufonfonts.com/font/din-alternate
    But on PC Chrome under 16 px some of the letters look too thin.
    There is no problem on mac.
    Check the img here: https://pasteboard.co/IdSsRNq.png

    Thanks

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