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Old 09-11-2012, 02:21 PM   #5
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Location: Okotoks, AB, Canada
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OK - after much searching I found the list of fonts currently used in iPad/iBooks. I got the real font file for the "cursive" font. However, I found that the actual font name and the one that Apple uses are different. Thus, it either works well on Linux or works well on the iPad, but not both. I've been searching for hours to try and find a way to create an alias name for the actual font on Linux. Thus I could use the name Apple picked, and I need to have in my css file, as an alias to the actual font name. I'm on Kubuntu kept current. Is there a simple way to make "X", the Apple name, equal to "X Script", the actual file name?
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