Date: Thu Jan 06 2011 - 20:05:43 CST
On Thu, 6 Jan 2011 22:36:16 +0000
Krishna Birth <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>For example, I am on a member participation website and I cannot use my
>desired fonts on my computer as they are "non-transferable' / they cannot be
>transferred easily and spontaneously. Suppose if a website has my desired
>fonts to use via @font-face, I cannot use them 'real time' as it is one
>direction e.g. I want to be able to use the font as I type. Thus there are
>these barriers and monopoly.
I think this is not because of Unicode standard spec,
so changing Unicode standard does not solve your issue.
> Something should have been done about this
>years ago. Webmail should have it also. I should be able to upload my
>desired fonts and type on the member participation websites. This feature is
>important to have on text editors / text fields and should be implemented
>immediately. Once this feature is used then if particular websites have a
>policy about what fonts users can upload, they could state it.
Have you checked web font (WOFF) that W3C promotes currently?
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