Oh I *see*, sorry. That sort of thing is always a hiding to nothing though, n'est-ce pas? The end-user doesn't have the right font, even if we make it available for download, then they may not be able to install it on their machine cos its a work/university/whatever PC, or they're browsing on a mobile phone or a blue-tooth fondue set or sthg.
David Davis wrote:sorry folks, as usual I don't think I paid enough attention at the start of this conversation - when you talk about us "distributing" fonts, do you just mean embedding them in the PDFs? Probably most commercial fonts have a license which permits embedding in such a fashion, there'd be no issues there.
No, it's with a view to using CSS to force a computer to display the HTML text in a particular typeface. Apparently, finding a suitable free font is proving to be a real headache. :-\
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