In Safari it shows titles with Helvetica and Osaka for everything else, but in Chrome font fallback needed at least, cause it’s 🥲 Times everywhere
no Times please ^___^
Just stable fallback to good old Arial will be supercool
Or American Typewriter could be nice rounded alternative, but it’s only available as stock font on Apple devices
hey bbbbbgdn, I’ll add that Arial, fallback.
Ya webfonts are pretty big which is why I don’t include many and can’t include a font w characters for all languages (all language fonts are typically >1mb), so they often contain only latin-centric stuff
I’ve just added recoletta fallbacks to a large performance release I’m hoping to release in the next week or so. I used
recoleta, georgia, serif which should be a bit closer to recoletta.
Still see this serif weirdos in some places, Chrome OSX:
Yup those are to be expected because all characters for all languages don’t fit into the default kinopio font. In those cases , as pictured, a fallback font is used
I see the reasoning, should it be more readable fallback font, at least not the serif one? maybe even monospaced?
And what’s going on with web tech today, why you can display font in Safari, but in Chrome not, even on the same machine
are you saying that the fallback font appears different in safari vs chrome,
the fonts are specified as
font-family "OsakaMono-Kinopio", monospace so in this case you should be seeing monospace. If you inspect the webpage or use the whatfont extension (https://www.chengyinliu.com/whatfont.html), what does it say the font is for that text?