September 10, 2012 at 9:50 am #16177
Great theme :)
Because of Chromes horrible rendering of google fonts (why on earth they don’t fix this is a mystery), I’m wondering if it’s possible to turn off google fonts, and / or maybe add the possibility of cufon fonts to Eunoia?
This gives us a much more flexible system and the proper branding possibilities (because we can use our own webfonts) and will fix the problem with Chrome. Please visit http://www.kriesi.at/themes/eunoia/ with chrome to see what I mean (for some reason the site within the buy now frame looks good).
Thanks!September 11, 2012 at 3:21 pm #90471
To not use a google font you just need to select None for the font options in the Styling section of the Theme Options.
As for replacing it with Cufon, that isn’t something we can address via support but you may be able to do it with a plugin and some tweaking since it would need to add the cufon js files and then the rules to render them on the page and not show the regular text.
DevinSeptember 11, 2012 at 4:25 pm #90472
Hmm, maybe I am not looking right, but I can’t seem to find the setting. I can only turn off google fonts for body text, not for headings (which look horrible in chrome).
Also, I can turn of google fonts for older browsers, but that’s it. There is no general on/off as far as I can see :)
FloSeptember 11, 2012 at 6:07 pm #90473
In the Styling tab of the Theme Options scroll down to where you can see the predefined color schemes. Just under that is a section of tabbed content where you can choose all the various style options for the theme.
It will look like this:
Notice I have selected Yanone Kaffesatz and Helvetica Neue for my font choices. Helvetica defines the font for your body text and the Yanone is for the Heading Font. You’ll need to change both to “no custom font” by selecting the dropdown for each and then scrolling up to the very first option.
DevinSeptember 12, 2012 at 3:29 pm #90474
Aha, thanks! I was just confused, because at the body test there is a specific choice for a web save font, and for the heading font there isn’t – I thought it would choose the non-custom google font. (hope this makes sense ;))
So, all good now!September 13, 2012 at 2:49 am #90475
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