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David Shelton

Fonts in Safari

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David Shelton

I use Adobe's Fonts.com for specific branded fonts for our site, and it's working nicely on Chrome and Firefox. However, the fonts all default in Safari. Is there anything I need to look at?


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It looks like something wrong at the adobe end, if you look at the debug inspector in safari the font urls are all 403 denied.

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