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comment If I have only WOFF and EOT, what browsers am I supporting with @font-face?
Well, maybe it's just me then, but I think a poorly rendered unique font is much less appealing than a properly rendered basic one.
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comment If I have only WOFF and EOT, what browsers am I supporting with @font-face?
@toomanyairmiles This is where fast and loose typing kills me, needed Can't always have 100% coverage, sometimes it doesn't happen and the designer needs to remember that in the worst case scenario that people are using old browsers and such, 100% coverage doesn't always mean 100% coverage; where I'm at roughly 40-50% of internet users are still using IE 7 or older, which don't support font-face very well in the first place, to have true 100% coverage there needs to be a bottom line that looks "decent" or at least keeps your site within the constraints of the "fancier" fonts.
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comment If I have only WOFF and EOT, what browsers am I supporting with @font-face?
@toomanyairmiles That's why in the end, it's make it look good for your "default" and then make it look amazing for those that "can" view it. Can't have 100% coverage since most fonts don't have an OTF, EOT, AND SVG of themselves.
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revised If I have only WOFF and EOT, what browsers am I supporting with @font-face?
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