Font viewer + Color + Select content

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8 years 2 months ago #1 by broadbandservices
Going with the CSS for the font is a better and easy option.

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8 years 7 months ago #2 by laurelle
Hi,

I would need to bring in all the styles from the stylesheets and that would just make way to long a list. The selector needs to be flexible and may not be in a stylesheet. So, no, I won't be making that change. Sorry.

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8 years 7 months ago #3 by lordbdp
Not changing the CSS (I think) but add for each modification the possibility to choose the content we want add this modification (we will select all or one in a drop down list).

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8 years 7 months ago #4 by laurelle
Hello,

I am not sure what you are asking for. You can currently set the CSS selectors that you want the font to use.

Do you mean somehow on the frontend of the website you could highlight the text you want to use Cufon and it would figure out the CSS selector and put that in the parameters for you? If so, no I will not be implementing anything like that. This is just a simple plugin to help you use Cufon on your website, it isn't a design tool.

Laurelle
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8 years 7 months ago #5 by lordbdp
Will it be possible in the next version to have possibility to select the content where we want to change the font, Not all (actually) ?

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8 years 8 months ago #6 by laurelle
Hello,

Thank you for the suggestions.

1) That is more complex than a plugin is. I would need to turn this into a component to do what you are asking for. This is just a plugin to help you support Cufon in your Joomla site. It was never meant to be more than that.

2) There isn't any need to add font color to the fonts, as you can do that with CSS. If you have a font selector of say h1, it will be whatever color your CSS says h1's should be. So, modify your CSS to change the font selector to the color you want. This applies to all of the CSS attributes of the font selectors, they can all be changed in CSS.

Cheers.

Laurelle
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8 years 8 months ago - 8 years 7 months ago #7 by lordbdp
1) Could you add a font viewer in the plugin to see in same view the name and aspect of the fonts installed in the folder ?

2) Could you add a line to modify the color of each of the 8 fonts ?

Tks (it's a nice work you have done ;) ).
Last edit: 8 years 7 months ago by lordbdp.

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