Originally Posted by burbleburble
Ok, I have posted a first (test) version in the first post of this thread.
If anyone could read the information, and test it, I would be grateful for the feedback regarding issues and ideas.
I am still not terribly familiar with word htmls/htmls in general. If you would elaborate on what embedded fonts and font definitions are, and how they should be dealt with in cleaning them up, I can easly add it to my parser.
I looked into friendly-name/number by font-weight; it appears that for many browsers there is no difference between 100-400, 500-600, etc. Could you provide me with a source that 400 must equal regular, etc?
I looked at the Table (as you did).
As I read it: the current is treat 400 as Regular and map 100-300) to regular. (allows for Browser compatibility to exist for future 100-300 use? BTW those number are continuous. 345 is valid)