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Using Google fonts plug-in

  • The great thing about the new easy google fonts plug-in is that you are supposed to be able to see the changes as you make them because the customize menu should just be a small column on the left of the screen. When I try to use it, the customize menu takes up the whole screen. I’d have to keep opening and closing the customize menu to see each change. Is there a way to change this?

    Thanks!

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  • We’ll need to test the plugin and see if it’s a theme issue or something else. Can you please link us to the plugin? Thank you.

    Here is the link to the plug-in:

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/easy-google-fonts/

    If you watch the short vimeo screencast (you’ll see the link on that page), you’ll see the feature I’m am talking about.

    Thanks so much for looking into this! Your support for this theme is exceptionsl!

    I have installed the plugin. I’m getting an error with it:

    Notice: Use of undefined constant __DIR__ – assumed ‘__DIR__’ in .. /plugins/easy-google-fonts/includes/class-easy-google-fonts-admin.php on line 107

    Do you see the same error? Maybe it’s the reason it doesn’t work. Will look more into it.

    No, I didn’t get an error message. I was able to install and activate the plug-in. I searched for “google fonts” and it came up as the first one. Maybe try that way??

    No, I was able to install and activate the plug-in. I typed “google fonts” in the plug-in search bar and it was the first one that showed up. Maybe try that way??

    Oops – meant to say that your support for this theme is EXCEPTIONAL!!

    Any progress on this question?

    Would you mind trying to download this plug-in again? This plug-in would be SO HELPFUL for visual people like me. Thanks!

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