From: John Dlugosz (JDlugosz@tradestation.com)
Date: Wed Jun 16 2010 - 10:41:36 CDT
I would have thought that putting your font last in the css list would be enough, so it only uses it if the other fonts don't have the needed character.
> But now that “good” browsers support @font-face, we can envision a
> better solution: If the browser does not have a font for rendering a
> specific script, we can dynamically supply one.
I'm also interested to hear about @font-face support. I remember something like that was in CSS 2.0 but then removed! Which standard has it now?
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