Changes occur after publishing HTML5

Community Beginner ,
Sep 08, 2020

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There are several changes that occur after publishing the HTML5 file such as font changes, position changes and so on. I tried clearing the cache of the browser, deleting the HTML file, as well as the files in the CodeModel and tmp directory. 

 

The text is not dynamic, the font is not a web font, it has been downloaded and installed. 

 

Please see the images attached to this. In the first image, you can see that the text shifts up. In the second image, the text shifts up in multiple places, some of the texts become bold for no reason, the alignment is lost as well.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Sep 09, 2020

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static text is exported as a vector or bitmap, not a font.

 

if you want a consistant appearance use a google or adobe font.

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That didn't work. Sorry.

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you're using a web font and seeing text problems?

 

if yes, what exact steps starting with a new canvas document trigger the problem?

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No, that's what I am saying. I am not using a web font. Sorry for the confusion.

 

The problem is simple. The text appears different (position changes, font changes, alignment changes) when published. Please refer to the images attached in my original post. 

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and the solution is simple.  again, if you want a consistant appearance use a google or adobe font.

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That didn't work. 

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