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    I am working on a application and I want to use my own custom font. Anyone know if this will work? Or how to reference in the css file?
    I have tried to use @fontface:

    @font-face {
    font-family: "Kimberley";
    src: url(http://www.princexml.com/fonts/larabie/kimberle.ttf) format("truetype");
    }
    h1 { font-family: "Kimberley", sans-serif }
    Thanks
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    did you consider including the ttf in your ipk and pointing to the local file?

    see for example the fonts in docstogo
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    I will ask at the palm open coding session tonight when the palm engineers will be taking questions at sprintdev
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    I will ask at the palm open coding session tonight when the palm engineers will be taking questions at sprintdev
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    Also the webkit version might be old enough to not support ttf fonts
    Apps: MyQ for Netflix (Phone/TouchPad), Giantbomb (Phone), Excavate (Reddit/Digg clients for TouchPad)
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    We are told that palm is in process of syncing the pre with the webkit trunk, which will enable full canvas support, fonts & etc.

    Patience
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    Quote Originally Posted by rboatright View Post
    We are told that palm is in process of syncing the pre with the webkit trunk, which will enable full canvas support, fonts & etc.

    Patience
    Any hint when that would drop? Big change to make and requires a big effort on making sure nothing breaks
    Apps: MyQ for Netflix (Phone/TouchPad), Giantbomb (Phone), Excavate (Reddit/Digg clients for TouchPad)
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    nope absolutely no hint of any kind. Sorry.

    If I had to guess based on facial expressions, "this year"
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    Man, should have gone to the Sprint event, sadly meeting day at work.
    Apps: MyQ for Netflix (Phone/TouchPad), Giantbomb (Phone), Excavate (Reddit/Digg clients for TouchPad)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mosdl View Post
    Also the webkit version might be old enough to not support ttf fonts
    That is what I had figured. That is quite unfortunate. My app would of greatly benefited from this.

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