Support » Plugin: Custom Fonts - Host Your Fonts Locally » Italic fonts need to be added as completely separate fonts

  • zehgs

    (@zehgs)


    Seems like a pretty basic feature for a plugin that does something so very simple.

    EDIT: Developers added the feature. Well done and thanks!

    • This topic was modified 7 months, 2 weeks ago by zehgs.
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  • James Joseph Finn

    (@jamesjosephfinn)

    Isn’t that the way fonts work? Variable fonts only encompass weights, not style variants.

    Thread Starter zehgs

    (@zehgs)

    Not for a plugin. The plugin could provide any interface it wishes so that we don’t need to treat the two as separate fonts. In fact, the plugin developers stated many months ago that this feature was being developed in a forum thread where someone asked for this. Several people seconded the request, saying it would be useful for them as well and the developer simply said that it wasn’t a priority. We aren’t talking about CSS references here

    Daniel

    (@damen02)

    No, this is not the the way the fonts work. This is a bad approach.

    When someone are editing a text and wont to mark some word with italics, you simply touch the italic button. With this approach you will be forced to change the font every time you need a word in italic.

    normal – false italic provided by plugin – true italic

    Plugin Support Herman Asrori (BSF)

    (@bsfherman)

    Hi everyone,

    I would like to inform you that v2.0 of this plugin includes a complete revamp and the addition of the highly anticipated feature you requested. We kindly request you to update the plugin to the latest version and share your valuable feedback with us.

    @zehgs, we would greatly appreciate it if you could reconsider your review, as the feature you were looking for is now incorporated into the plugin. Your satisfaction would bring us immense joy.

    Best regards,
    Herman 😊

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