Re: Dynamic Fonts

Subject: Re: Dynamic Fonts
From: Mary McWilliams Johnson <mary -at- SUPERCONNECT -dot- COM>
Date: Sat, 5 Sep 1998 08:30:10 -0500

Thanks, Darren, for pointing us to this Web site. It does open up
possibilities--especially for intranets where everybody is using the latest
version of the browsers. Is it possible to put these fonts on the local
intranet server?

Anyway, considering the long download time, I'm not sure I'd want to put
any great quantity of these "Dynamic Fonts" on my Web site. Besides, there
are folks out there who don't use ver. 4 of the browsers.

For now, I'll stick with a combination of fonts saved in GIF or JPEG format
plus text pulled off the user's computer.

Cordially,

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Mary McWilliams Johnson
McJohnson Communications
Documentation Specialist
Web Site Design, Development and Graphics
www.superconnect.com
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At 03:40 PM 9/5/98 -0400, Darren Smith wrote:
>In reference to the below, you can also do some pretty nifty things with
>dynamic fonts...
>
>http://www.truedoc.com/webpages/intro/
>
>
>I think you will be happier when you accept the fact that you're not in
>Desktop-Publishing Land any more. Standard HTML codes are simply not
>capable of defining specific fonts and font sizes, leading, kerning,
>etc.
>You are correct, though, that you should be able to specify fonts that
>you're certain all your viewers have on their computers.=20
>
>


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