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  • tradexcel12
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    #10553

    I'm a little confused and hope someone can explain this to me.If a font is part of the mobile fonts built into a device, for example Apple Casual for iPads or Droid Sans for Androids, if we choose Use Native System Font on an Audio/Text Sync what font will show in the device? If we use a font that we know is built into the device is it best practice to import that font or just use the Native Fonts checkbox?In short, how does Corona or the device determine what Native Font to use, especially in the case of Apple where there are many fonts built in. I would think that if left up to the device to choose, that could mess up our text positioning.

    Anonymous
    #16221

    This is a good link regarding iOS: http://ivomynttinen.com/blog/the-ios-7-design-cheat-sheet/and this regarding Android: http://developer.android.com/design/style/typography.htmlThe default font is defined by the OS (in iOS, it is Helvetica Neue and on Android is the Roboto).

    tradexcel12
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    #16222

    eww those are ugly fonts. LOLThank you Alex.

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