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Bonifati Evseev
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FS Elliot Pro Font Family - 10

Is there a way to edit the auto generated tokens from figma? I uploaded text style from Figma, however, for some tokens, then font family isn't read while I use it in html live preview, I believe it's because of FS Elliot Pro was spelled as one word. For token: paragraph-large where the font family is used as a single word, it doesn't appear as Elliot Pro, but for the rest of the tokens using FS Elliot Pro (with spaces), they work fine. Please see the attached images for reference. Thanks.

FS Elliot Pro Font Family - 10

Tableau provides a variety of fonts for you to use in your visualizations, including the fonts in its default typeface: Tableau. However you might want to use a font other than what's provided. For example, you may want to use a font that's unique to your company's brand.

To use a custom font in Tableau, the first step is to install it on the computers that are running Tableau. This includes Tableau Desktop and, if you're publishing to Tableau Server, any computers running Tableau Server.

To ensure that Tableau Server can render the font correctly, make sure the font is on the list of fonts installed with most browsers. These commonly installed fonts are called "web-safe" fonts, as detailed here.

After you install the font it appears in the formatting pane in Tableau Desktop, where you can use it to change fonts at the workbook or worksheet levels. See Format at the Workbook Level, Format at the Worksheet Level, and Format Text and Numbers for details.

Any unsupported fonts in the workbook will be replaced with a substitute font upon publishing. For a list of supported fonts, see Knowledge Base: Fonts not displaying as expected(Link opens in a new window).

Once published, any viewer of the published workbook will need to have the custom fonts installed on their computer. This is why it is a best practice to limit fonts to either Tableau fonts or web safe fonts.

Long gone are the days of zipping up folders of font files and sharing them across your organization, or even messier, embedding fonts in documents in the cloud in hopes that the design remains intact. We recently announced an expanded set of licensing rights which allows all employees within an organization to access Commercial Production Fonts in their desktop environments.

The above code works perfectly as i want in FF and IE7 but the problem is in IE 8., I have also use meta tags to emulate IE7 but was unsuccessfull. About the font with numbers, since ckeditor puts the font family without quote as shown below so if there is font with spaces and numbers in between it causes error.

I've traced the problem to the CSS Normalizer. Looks like it needs a bit of work, I've posted on an open ticket here: You can try to make changes yourself on line 1208 of the styles plugin; where this function is located. All you have to do is remove the toLowerCase function.Lastly, can you try wrapping your font listings using escapes like so? I know it won't fix the case issue, but I just want to see if that helps with the number thing any...CKEDITOR.config.font_names ="Aachen Bold/\'Aachen W01 Bold\';" + CKEDITOR.config.font_names;

I have added a testing url of my code for IE. This changes cannot be seen in firefox becuase i have used eot and not ttf for fonts. You can check this in IE7 where it is working perfectly fine but not in IE8. I hope this will help you to understand the problem more deeper. You can view the source of what i have done. Please reply me asap because i am really stuck with this and need a effective solutions for this.Here is the url:

Gosh, I'm stumped on this one. Some progress was made though. Now it shows the selection in the correct font at least, but once selected, it goes back to the wrong one...which I don't understand...At this point I'm tempted to say it's an IE might point to ckeditor_source.js instead of the main js, it makes debugging the code a lot easier in firebug.EDIT: Another interesting thing. If you switch from source view to normal view. You can see IE change the font from the desired font back to ariel...EDIT2: See this page for something that might very well be related: ... with-ie8/#

I found an solutions for this. The link you send me was a good help. Actually found out that whenever iframe are used with the font face then on the iframe opening or closing the effect of this font face is removed. In the ckeditor when we open the font list iframe and select a font then on closing the font listing iframe it removes the effect of font face. The solution i found was to reload the css files that i have included in iframe. So on each iframe event i reloaded the css files. The problem here is whenever i reload the stylesheet it downloads the external fonts. This won't cause a problem if there are few fonts but if there are lot of fonts then it will freezer the IE browser. I have uploaded the latest changes in the link below Please have a look at my latest solutions and let me know if there is better solution than this.

Hi Comp615/Prabesh,I have a similar problem. I am not able to add a new font like "Kruti Dev 010" to my ckeditor.But I am able to add this as "Kruti Dev". So is there any problem with integer name in font family.I have also created a post on forum :viewtopic.php?f=11&t=26152Thanks in advance.

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In summary we need to prevent the layout shift by letting the browser render in a fallback system font if it doesn't get the web font in time, then optimise our fonts to try to get them to the browser before it needs them:

Unexpected layout shifts (page content moving around without user interaction) are bad for user experience. Fonts cause layout shifts when the size of the containing element (e.g. a or paragraph) changes when the web font is downloaded. This occurs when the height of the font or the length of the paragraph is different with the web font compared to the system font. When laying out a page, browsers will use the dimensions and properties of the fallback font to determine the size of the containing elements, even if you have declared a web font to block the system font with font-display: block! 350c69d7ab


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