A test post using Google’s font directory beta

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  1. Eric says:

    Well, this doesn’t work on an iPad because i am writing this comment on mine and the style sheet is defaulting for me. Maybe the 4.0 this Fall for iPad will bring support for it.

  2. Strangely enough, the blog title renders fine in IE8, but the body font does *not* work.

    Also, fonts look really bad in Windows 7 (at least w/my settings) in pretty much every browser (including Safari.)

    The “Josefin Sans Std Light” is really light and washed out. Tangerine looks ok in some browsers, but blocky in others. However, this is what I was seeing on the Google Fonts API page too.

  3. Eric says:

    I am not sure how I feel about this right now. I have been doing my own CSS3 font embedding thing for a while on internal projects where I know the browser to be used. Doing that, I have much more control.

    Now in regards to Windows 7, I have no answer. I wonder if Google’s implementation isn’t quite up to snuff yet. I did a double font load, perhaps that’s not working for Internet Exploder yet?

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