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Font Weight in Firefox

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I've searched the forms but didn't see a thread on this...if I missed it please just direct me to it.  

 

In global settings I've selected Lato G*, base size 17, and font weight 300 for the header font.  There is significant variation in the font weight from Safari (very thin), Chrome (slightly heavier than Safari), and in FireFox very heavy.  

 

Is there a way to correct this and make it consistent across browsers.  Site is scramblers-wpengine.com

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Danny I need some help resolving this issue.  I have to think it's how DMS is serving the fonts as on this site (http://newmadsky.businesscatalyst.com/what-we-do.html)  Lato 300 displays almost exactly the same across all browsers.  The site was built with Adobe Muse and generates the code.  

 

Do I need to up load the font weights in some other way beside the DMS global settings?

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added this to custom CSS.

 

h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6{
  font-family: 'Lato';
  font-weight: 300;
}
 
Corrected issue.  I guess this is what needs to be done to make sure font weight carries through all browsers?

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Thanks for informing us the issue has been resolved.

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Danny has this font issue been addressed in V1.2?  Any timeline on the release date?  Is there information somewhere about what upgrades/changes there will be in V1.2?

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The URL you provided isn't working, can you provide a new link to your site so we can see the issue. However, I don't think this is related to DMS, but the fonts themselves.

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