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Custom fonts already possible in latest Support Library? #410

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azri92 opened this Issue Aug 22, 2017 · 4 comments

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azri92 commented Aug 22, 2017

Hi! Looking at the issue on google you mentioned in your documentation, looks like it's already supported in the latest release of the Support Library. Maybe you can update the doc to show why developers should use this library regardless?

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azri92 Oct 8, 2017

I guess one reason I'm still using this library is because custom font support, even with the support library, is currently still difficult.
So, until things improve (perhaps when Android Studio 3 is officially out) I'll keep using this. Thanks for a nice library 👍

azri92 commented Oct 8, 2017

I guess one reason I'm still using this library is because custom font support, even with the support library, is currently still difficult.
So, until things improve (perhaps when Android Studio 3 is officially out) I'll keep using this. Thanks for a nice library 👍

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azri92 Mar 28, 2018

If anyone's wondering why I still use this library, here's my story on Twitter: https://twitter.com/azriaba/status/978832315613786112

TLDR; I couldn't get bold & italics to work properly with custom fonts on certain phones.

azri92 commented Mar 28, 2018

If anyone's wondering why I still use this library, here's my story on Twitter: https://twitter.com/azriaba/status/978832315613786112

TLDR; I couldn't get bold & italics to work properly with custom fonts on certain phones.

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azri92 Mar 28, 2018

Oh, I guess I found a "solution". Instead of creating a font family file, calling the font file directly with the android:fontFamily attribute solved my problem.. but the docs never mentioned anything about that.

azri92 commented Mar 28, 2018

Oh, I guess I found a "solution". Instead of creating a font family file, calling the font file directly with the android:fontFamily attribute solved my problem.. but the docs never mentioned anything about that.

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