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HTML5, font on Android and iOS

Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 29, 2019

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Hi,

I just noticed that the HTML5 which I exported had different fonts on Android and on iOS.

My original font is Google Open Sans.

On Android it looks like Arial.

On iOS it looks like Times.

Can I set the font in the HTML5 settings or in the CSS file, so that at least serif and sans serif is kept?

Best regards

Winfried

You can set the font in the Settings file

Choose edit

Click on the Style Mapping tab

Click on Paragraph styles

Click on a style

The name of the Output style you want to use will appear

Click on Edit Style

A dialog box with many options is displayed

The first option Type, has a drop down box "Font-family"

You can choose the font family that will be used  for that style in the help.

You will need to set this up for each style used in the help file.

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HTML5, font on Android and iOS

Adobe Community Professional ,
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Hi,

I just noticed that the HTML5 which I exported had different fonts on Android and on iOS.

My original font is Google Open Sans.

On Android it looks like Arial.

On iOS it looks like Times.

Can I set the font in the HTML5 settings or in the CSS file, so that at least serif and sans serif is kept?

Best regards

Winfried

You can set the font in the Settings file

Choose edit

Click on the Style Mapping tab

Click on Paragraph styles

Click on a style

The name of the Output style you want to use will appear

Click on Edit Style

A dialog box with many options is displayed

The first option Type, has a drop down box "Font-family"

You can choose the font family that will be used  for that style in the help.

You will need to set this up for each style used in the help file.

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You can set the font in the Settings file

Choose edit

Click on the Style Mapping tab

Click on Paragraph styles

Click on a style

The name of the Output style you want to use will appear

Click on Edit Style

A dialog box with many options is displayed

The first option Type, has a drop down box "Font-family"

You can choose the font family that will be used  for that style in the help.

You will need to set this up for each style used in the help file.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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OK. I see. In the font family list there are 13 groups with two to four fonts.

I assume that these cover Android and iOS fonts.

Thank you very much!

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