One weight in a typeface (Ratio) is not syncing between TypeKit and website

Explorer ,
Dec 16, 2020 Dec 16, 2020

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This is a new one after years of successfully using Typekit.

I activated Ratio light, regular, and bold (300, 400, 700) in a project. The light and bold work great, but even hard-coding inline CSS, using both “400” and “regular” for font-weight, 400 defaults to 300, or light.

Inspector shows 400 in the Rules and Computed, but it’s still light.

Are there any ways to debug this kind of thing?

Thanks,

Brad

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Activation, Font rendering, Missing font

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Not sure this is helpful, but all flavors of Ratio sync with my own desktop.

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It was a caching issue (weird, because I _thought_ I had dumped cache several times) ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

All good, sorry to be bother

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