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Michael Grassi

Thread began 11/27/2012 12:02 pm by mail369967 | Last modified 11/27/2012 6:43 pm by mail369967 | 1515 views | 2 replies

MikeyT

You can edit the font stack in Menu Writer directly in the Font input field under the Type tab. For instance, If you plan on using @font-face to serve up a non-standard font for your menu just add the font name to the front of the stack separated by a comma. The revised font stack then gets carried over to the CSS that MW generates. Screen capture attached.

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