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TOPIC: Naming custom fonts

Naming custom fonts 1 month 1 day ago #17619

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Hello :)
I installed two fonts following the procedure described in your documentation.

Here are my two fonts in otf format:
  • VentiCF-Regular.otf
  • VentiCF-RegularItalic.otf

Astroid names font-family property like this:
font-family: Venti CF Regular

The problem is that italic version is not taken into account when it is written in my custom.css file, I tried to name it in different ways (Venti CF Regular Italic, Venti CF RegularItalic, ...) without success.

Do I have to think that italic font is only taken into account with font-style property (font-style: italic;)?

Many thanks,
Lorenzo
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Naming custom fonts 1 month 1 day ago #17620

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Hi Lorenzo,

This should come up as 2 different fonts first of all. May be it's font-style:italic, Have you tried it using the developer console and see if that works?

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Naming custom fonts 1 month 1 day ago #17621

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Hello Chetan,
I just tried something, the Italic version is not taken into account when it is written in my custom.css file, however when it is chosen in the template options it is displayed correctly, strange because it's named exactly as I named it in my custom.css file (I looked in developer console) :pinch:
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Naming custom fonts 1 month 1 day ago #17623

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I think when we extract the name of the font via PHP library it considers the italtic version no different then the regular version. We'll add a patch and get back to you Lorenzo.

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Chetan
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Naming custom fonts 1 month 21 hours ago #17629

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... that's so kind of you, thank you :)
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Naming custom fonts 1 month 19 hours ago #17634

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I tried two different variations of Poppins and both showed up fine in the list.
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Naming custom fonts 1 month 10 hours ago #17638

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I tried two different variations of Poppins and both showed up fine in the list.
Hello Chetan,
... this is not really the point, on my side also the font is displayed in the droplist, the problem is that it is not displayed when it is written in a css rule inside my custom.css file.



I tried with another style (medium style) of the same font family (Venti CF Medium) and this time the font is displayed correctly even if it is written in my custom.css file, BUT on the other hand, if I try to display "Venti CF Medium Italic" font via my custom.css file here also it is not displayed, so it seems there is a problem with the word "Italic" in the custom.css file

This problem is present also if the rule is written directly in template's "Custom CSS" options, in this case also font is not displayed.



Finally to summarize my problem, italic fonts of the same font family are only displayed if they are chosen in the template's dropdown list, they are not displayed if the rule is written in my custom.css file or in template's "Custom CSS" options.

Many thanks,

Lorenzo
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Naming custom fonts 1 month 5 hours ago #17641

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Hi Lorenzo,

Thanks for the brief explanation. I'll run some tests again.

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Naming custom fonts 3 weeks 4 days ago #17718

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Hello Chetan,
did you by chance check my font issue ? ...because I have the same problem with another font that is not italic ... :pinch:

Thank you,

Lorenzo

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Naming custom fonts 3 weeks 4 days ago #17720

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Lorenzo,

I haven't been able to reproduce this with other fonts, could you possibly email me those fonts please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., just so I can test the specific one's?

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