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WorldMaker on Nov 3, parent favorite on: Web fonts, boy, I don't know. I've been slowly adding the contents of Google Fonts into my system fonts storage as I see them used on sites that I visit often. Things like Open Open sans arch linux and Roboto for instance are quite common. I think there would probably be a good case for an extension to automate that in some fashion for fonts with known open licenses essentially anything from Google Fonts, for example to go ahead and just install them into the system.
There was at least one HN commenter I've seen that has claimed to just go ahead and install all of Google Fonts locally, which might be a bit extreme, but even automating that isn't necessarily a bad idea. Klathmon on Nov 3, You might not care, but as an FYI that can be used to fingerprint your browser more accurately. And if you are a developer, make sure you correctly test your site on machines that DO NOT have the fonts installed, as the browser won't even try to load them if it already has them, and you'll likely never find any bugs related to that until it's too late.
WorldMaker on Nov 3, Those are fair points. Arch Linux has a surprisingly popular top 50 AUR pkgbuild for it: Assuming they're using pure CSS for the font open sans arch linux which is standard for Google's CDNyes, the browser will use a local copy in preference. There's a way to disable that in CSS's font spec, although it's hard to think of a good use for that.
Browsers try to load local fonts before remote fonts. It does if the font-face rule specifies a local src. Hacker News new comments ask show jobs submit.
Web fonts, boy, I don't know I've been slowly adding the contents of Google Fonts into my system fonts storage as I see them open sans arch linux on sites that I visit often. Klathmon on Nov 3, You might not care, but as an Mp3 tambur minang maimbau that can be used to fingerprint your browser more accurately. WorldMaker on Nov 3, Those are fair points. WorldMaker on Nov 3, Browsers try to load local open sans arch linux before remote fonts.