Using the latest version of AnyFont to date, as well as the most recent WP (v2.8.4), there is quite a bit of extra space in the replacement images generated.
I had to completely remove the breadcrumb setup I was using since AnyFont replaced that text too, which looked really odd to have parts of the breadcrumb use a different font; plus, nothing lined up even CLOSE to how it should.
Each image generated for the cache seems to have about 20 – 30 pixels of padding under the text for each image, and there is about 50px of extra space at the end (right side) of each image as well. I have not been able to find any other posts about similar problems.
Any idea where I can look to track down WHERE these extra spaces are coming from?
Also, how can I specify what text specifically gets replaced? Like, using a certain class? By just replacing all instances of “Post Titles”, some text gets replaced that I would prefer didn’t. Ex. At this address, you can see where the post title has been changed on this post page, HOWEVER, I would prefer that the navigation post titles at the bottom of the page NOT get replaced with the AnyFont images.
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