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  • Resolved bangelo123

    (@bangelo123)


    Hi there

    using oxygen, so no theme
    Followed your instructions, no luck
    Uninstalled and re-installed, no luck
    I click on “download fonts” and “generate stylesheet” and nothing happens.
    Funny things, when I un-install and Install again, all preferences are still there, even with the option “Remove settings and files at uninstall? ” selected.
    Not even the option “Empty Cache Directory” is active
    Any Clue?
    fonts should be Titles: Varela Round & Text: Montserrat

    cheers
    Angelo

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  • Plugin Author Daan van den Bergh

    (@daanvandenbergh)

    I haven’t tested OMGF with Oxygen. I’ll have to get back to you about this, Angelo.

    Thread Starter bangelo123

    (@bangelo123)

    Ok I’ll go back to google fonts for a while…thanks anyway

    Plugin Author Daan van den Bergh

    (@daanvandenbergh)

    Hi Angelo,

    Just tested OMGF with Oxygen. You’re right, the free version doesn’t work with Oxygen. It’s not OMGF’s fault, though. 🙂 Oxygen doesn’t follow WordPress conventions when adding fonts to WordPress’ head.

    That’s why I created OMGF Pro, which goes outside the boundaries of WordPress’ wp_enqueue_style() and scans the entire HTML document for Google Fonts. I tested Oxygen with Pro and it does find the fonts.

    For more information you can take a look here here.

    Thread Starter bangelo123

    (@bangelo123)

    Well this is kind of bizarre….
    It was working perfectly when i first installed it ( not the auto detect, the manual way), then it stopped working after the update to version 4.x….rolling back did not work….but is all good now, I reverted to google….no harm here.
    Very good and fast support BTW.

    Thank you
    Angelo

    Plugin Author Daan van den Bergh

    (@daanvandenbergh)

    Ah, yes. With the manual way I suppose you mean using the custom fonts installer in OMGF v3.x.

    That has been stripped out of v4, because not many people used it, so I’m going to re-introduce it as a separate add-on for those who still use it.

    Work in progress 🙂

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