wow, add analytics too on fontsgood good
@Raziel:Many Chrome users, designers, and developers would like to see Google bring back high quality support for webfonts in Chrome at least to the level that other modern browsers like Firefox and Internet Explorer have had for some time. Many designers and developers I've discussed this with are having major issues with this in new versions of Chrome (e.g., v21 and v22) in Windows 7, Mac OS X, and Windows XP. We'd like to hear some feedback from the Chrome team, and many of us have posted in Chromium forums, such as this one:http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=137692Unfortunately, that thread has not included any responses or feedback from the Chrome team for several months, but we're still hopeful that someday we will hear back from Google, thanks!
May be it's not a good place for ma question but I'll try:I am looking for information about terms of using Google Fonts. Beside quite general information I've found (beneath)I didn't find anything. Can I use free google fonts in TV Programms and commercials in Poland?Open Source Fonts"All of the fonts are Open Source. This means that you are free to share your favorites with friends and colleagues. You can even customize them for your own use, or collaborate with the original designer to improve them. And you can use them in every way you want, privately or commercially — in print, on your computer, or in your websites".Be gratefull for help or hint :)
I'm with GmailUser+ChromeUser.This issue has been out there too long. Makes it very difficult for developers to incorporate a great offering from Google.issue 137692 got moved to issue 125298 and still no happiness.BTW - Viewing this blog in Chrome, where Google Web Fonts are used, they look really sad. Viewed in FF or IE, looks great!
Thank god I can add analytics on fonts too....Thankx to google.....But I m gettin some of the problems mentined by GmailUser+ChromeUser.....Hope google resolves it soon..... TravelNonu
This was posted 3 years ago, how long does it take to make more fonts available to the customers? The blogger fonts are ugly and boring. A wide range of fonts, like 100-200 to choose from, or to be able to choose from our own library of fonts would be so much better. And it might increase activity with existing and new bloggers!
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