Support » Plugin: T(-) Countdown » Font Change for digits

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  • Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    In your theme’s style.css, try adding the !important trigger to the jedi-digit definition like so:

    .jedi-digit {
       font-family: 'muncieregular' !important;
    }

    Does that fix it for you?

    Thanks.
    I put the style in the theme file as you suggested. Issue remains.

    Any ideas? I created a declaration for classes .top and .bottom and defined the font there as !important too but no luck.

    I’m guessing its an issue with the font… it is only digits 2, 3, and 4 that are not displaying correctly.

    Thanks for the plugin! We will be purchasing the Countdown Control later today.

    Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    only digits 2, 3 and 4?! that is very strange. Are you using a special cufon or web-font? If so, how was this font added: As part of your theme, or plugin? Fret not, we’ll get this sussed out!

    Yes, a web-font we are hosting. It is built-into the theme. There are two versions: Muncie and Muncieregular. (.eot .svg .ttf .woff files for each font, being defined (@fontface) by a separate stylesheet.css)

    The digits 2, 3 and 4 are displaying in Arial instead of Muncieregular. I did a test of the font numerals and as text on a page, 2, 3, and 4 display incorrectly even with the div has an in-line style of Muncieregular. (demo: http://themetonline.org/live/ under the video)

    I realize this is out of the scope of support on the plugin, but any ideas are appreciated.

    Thanks

    The font had been encoded wrong and left out those three digits.
    The font has been re-encoded and the issue is now resolved.

    Thanks. It was our fault all along, Sorry.

    Plugin Author Baden

    (@baden03)

    Ah! Glad to hear you have it working now! If you are happy and you know it… clap your hands!

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