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Old 06-21-2010, 11:17 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by tanzer21 View Post
So I tried it but it doesn't seem to work. Is it because my fonts folder is in a different place? Would I input it then as:

src: url(res:///Windows/fonts/Fontin-Regular.ttf);

for this one?
src: url(res:///Data/fonts/Fontin-Regular.ttf);
I didn't make any changes in the CSS I used for my 505. It just worked. But, the font is Fontin and I used the name Fontin as the font family name. So My guess is that it's calling the correct font because I used the font's name. Try it with other fonts but use the name of the font family when you reference the font. I'm guessing that the @font declaration may have nothing to do with this.
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