Originally Posted by pholy
I have noticed problems with ADE's use of embedded fonts when the @font-face definition contains a fall-back font after the desired font. Apparently the fall-back font should only be used in the css class definition where the embedded font is called for.
I don't know if that is how font-faces are supposed to work according to the CSS standard, or just the way Adobe has chosen to implement embedded fonts. Should this be added to the list of ADE bugs and quirks?
Thanks, Pholy. Are you referring to the ", serif" after the font name? So that the reader's default serif font might be used by mistake.