I wrote about how Github is (mostly unintentionally) one of the largest download sites for pirated fonts. What would your course of action would be if you spotted a few (tens, hundreds) of repositori… (View Post)
When it did come up, front-end/web developer peers just accepted it as part of the font name. I don't think most developers realise this is some kind of indication about the foundry.
I must admit I … (View Post)
I've run into this problem plenty, and like Frode and Khaled say it's because the name table gets pruned down to two entries (nameID 1 and 2). Adding --name-IDs='*' will preserve the entire name tabl… (View Post)
@Cory Maylett I'm sorry, I didn't mean the reasoning so much as the technical solution you used. The problem with resolution is that it doesn't say anything about whether the device is a 5" smartphon… (View Post)
Serving your webfonts only in the WOFF and WOFF2 formats is maybe your best bet. As with all other options, people who know their stuff will be able to pirate them anyway, but the Average Joe won't b… (View Post)