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latin-ext subset for google fonts #1630

meande opened this issue Apr 24, 2017 · 3 comments


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commented Apr 24, 2017

In Czech we use characters like "ščřž..." that are not embeded in standard "latin" subset in google fonts.

So if I use Open Sans font in my headlines and elementor only embeds "latin" subset, all of the "ščřž..." characters are replaced with system sans-serif font and it looks ugly.

There are already cyrillic, hebrew, greek and vietnamese subsets in print_google_fonts() function in includes/frontend.php. Is it possible to add one more line 'cs_CZ' => 'latin-ext', to the $subsets array, so it looks like this?

$subsets = [
'ru_RU' => 'cyrillic',
'bg_BG' => 'cyrillic',
'he_IL' => 'hebrew',
'el' => 'greek',
'vi' => 'vietnamese',
'uk' => 'cyrillic',
'cs_CZ' => 'latin-ext',

arielk added a commit to arielk/elementor that referenced this issue Apr 25, 2017

@arielk arielk added this to the 1.5.0 milestone Apr 25, 2017


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commented May 3, 2017

We will release this on v1.5.0. Thanks!

@KingYes KingYes closed this May 3, 2017


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commented May 3, 2017

You are the best! Thank you :)


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commented Jun 29, 2017

The same must be done for Romanian
Please add:
'ro_RO' => 'latin-ext',

It's working on most of the browsers without latin-ext, but for some reason in microsoft edge browser needs this latin-ext.


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