Delphi XE7 provides the "Bitmap Style Designer" tool ('Tools > Bitmap Style Designer') which can be used to edit and create styles for your metro themed applications. Changing graphics and colors for buttons, checkboxes and labels works and looks pretty fly.
But how can I change the Font Settings? To be more precise: What can I do to let the font
If anyone''s interested ...
Below is a script that displays a character string (numbers and letters) in
every font that is on my PC.
I extracted the list of fonts from an export of the Windows registry via
"find" -- your fonts may differ.
Fonts that contain " Bold" or " Italic" or " Oblique"are skipped.
I have big commerce website and here is the website link https://www.taoaccents.com
I am using the simple theme for the website.
I have upload custom fonts and call it into styles.css with correct paths below is the code of the fonts which I have called into my styles.css
I'm using different fonts for my page. Codes I've used in my CSS file are as followed:
Actually I have three files in the fonts folder. These are Gotham-Bold.ttf, Gotham-Medium.ttf, Gotham-Thin.ttf..... So do I need to use the @font-face three times for those three types. Please anybody help me.
I have currently used the code like the following:
src: url('fonts/Gotham-Bold.eot'); /* I
I've noticed when using web fonts that they can initially can take a second to come up; like if you create a drop down nav menu, when you hover over the menu for the first time the whole menu will appear as just the background color for a second and then the text will appear.
This isn't really ideal and it leads me to believe that webfonts aren't
I have a custom font called Roboto Condensed.
I have placed all the fonts into a fonts folder.
I have a eot, woff, woff2, ttf, and svg all in here for cyrilica, greek, vietnamese, and latin along with extensions for greek, cyrillic and latin.
I am attempting to import it into my site like this:
/* cyrillic-ext */
The following code works in Google Chrome beta as well as IE 7 but not in firefox.
src: url('../fonts/opensans-semibold-webfont.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'),
Not sure if I'm using the correct process for displaying a font that has 3 weights - `normal`, `bold` and `lighter` - but, it seems to work in most browsers expect Firefox.
Firefox seems to be using `font-weight: lighter`; as default?
How the fonts appear in Chrome is what I'm after.
Iam doing a website in ubuntu and finished with UI part. Everything was working smoothly in ubuntu but when i switched on to windows all the fonts are distorted. I tried the following code
src: url('../fonts/garrisons-bold.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-ope