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**(PICS)** Why am I recieving this message about my fonts?

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Hi I keep on receiving this message when I go to preview my site now all of the sudden

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I thought that once you use webfonts and download them through the adobe muse typekit or webfonts application that Adobe servers were hosting these fonts so that you didnt have to worry about if the person viewing your site had this font downloaded or not and it also didnt have to make an image in order to use it..


As you can see I donwloaded this font an it falls under the web fonts category

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So I am confused what am I doing wrong here?

Please let me know what i can do in order to fix it thanks!

When you use „Brush Script Std“, all will work fine.

When you assign „Bold“ and/or „Italic“ to the font by clicking the corresponding icons, it will give you the alert, you showed us.

This is, because „Brush Script“ has only one type face – standard. Evidently the font doesn’t support other styles, which aren’t designed within the font, but simply assigned by clicking the „Bold“ or „Oblique“ icons. And, frankly spoken, to apply „bold“ or „oblique“ to this font doesn’t make sense at all.

One more hint: Your screenshot shows, that you have activated „Brush Script“ two times (as TypeKit and Edge font) You should deinstall one of them, because every layout application may rub into trouble, if you are using different instances of one font. I’d suggest to deinstall the TypeKit version, because the „Edge“ version is free and won’t stop working, when you cancel your CC account for whatever reason.

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**(PICS)** Why am I recieving this message about my fonts?

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Jan 16, 2018

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Hi I keep on receiving this message when I go to preview my site now all of the sudden

Screen Shot 2018-01-16 at 5.44.57 AM.png

I thought that once you use webfonts and download them through the adobe muse typekit or webfonts application that Adobe servers were hosting these fonts so that you didnt have to worry about if the person viewing your site had this font downloaded or not and it also didnt have to make an image in order to use it..


As you can see I donwloaded this font an it falls under the web fonts category

Screen Shot 2018-01-16 at 5.46.14 AM.png

So I am confused what am I doing wrong here?

Please let me know what i can do in order to fix it thanks!

When you use „Brush Script Std“, all will work fine.

When you assign „Bold“ and/or „Italic“ to the font by clicking the corresponding icons, it will give you the alert, you showed us.

This is, because „Brush Script“ has only one type face – standard. Evidently the font doesn’t support other styles, which aren’t designed within the font, but simply assigned by clicking the „Bold“ or „Oblique“ icons. And, frankly spoken, to apply „bold“ or „oblique“ to this font doesn’t make sense at all.

One more hint: Your screenshot shows, that you have activated „Brush Script“ two times (as TypeKit and Edge font) You should deinstall one of them, because every layout application may rub into trouble, if you are using different instances of one font. I’d suggest to deinstall the TypeKit version, because the „Edge“ version is free and won’t stop working, when you cancel your CC account for whatever reason.

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When you use „Brush Script Std“, all will work fine.

When you assign „Bold“ and/or „Italic“ to the font by clicking the corresponding icons, it will give you the alert, you showed us.

This is, because „Brush Script“ has only one type face – standard. Evidently the font doesn’t support other styles, which aren’t designed within the font, but simply assigned by clicking the „Bold“ or „Oblique“ icons. And, frankly spoken, to apply „bold“ or „oblique“ to this font doesn’t make sense at all.

One more hint: Your screenshot shows, that you have activated „Brush Script“ two times (as TypeKit and Edge font) You should deinstall one of them, because every layout application may rub into trouble, if you are using different instances of one font. I’d suggest to deinstall the TypeKit version, because the „Edge“ version is free and won’t stop working, when you cancel your CC account for whatever reason.

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