https://docs.google.com – Fonts from fonts.gstatic.com have no replacement #444

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opened 2 weeks ago by unbeatable-101 · 6 comments

Browser: Firefox Nightly 90.0a1 (2021-05-04)

Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SwQCKKoiujxjA78BWzmTzHrsGDJAzHVu0SR-NVFhGy0/edit

Upon loading it says "Some fonts could not be loaded. Try reloading.", and in the browser console it shows them all blocked.

Also, is there a way to collapse code blocks?


EDIT: Log attached as log.txt.

Browser: Firefox Nightly 90.0a1 (2021-05-04) Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SwQCKKoiujxjA78BWzmTzHrsGDJAzHVu0SR-NVFhGy0/edit Upon loading it says "Some fonts could not be loaded. Try reloading.", and in the browser console it shows them all blocked. Also, is there a way to collapse code blocks? --- **EDIT: Log attached as log.txt.**

I experience the same issues described above. Is this related to the CORS/SOP issues described in #369? I have fonts like Roboto (which gets mentioned in the console log) installed locally, however often times they won't get used anyway (or in the case won't even be replaced by FF's default font).

I experience the same issues described above. Is this related to the CORS/SOP issues described in #369? I have fonts like Roboto (which gets mentioned in the console log) installed locally, however often times they won't get used anyway (or in the case won't even be replaced by FF's default font).
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I don't think so, the issue was closed and implimented in firefox 89

I don't think so, the issue was closed and implimented in firefox 89

You're right, I've overlooked that you're using FF Nightly 90 and not the release branch, which gets the CORS fix only in about 4 weeks.

You're right, I've overlooked that you're using FF Nightly 90 and not the release branch, which gets the CORS fix only in about 4 weeks.
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Also, is there a way to collapse code blocks?

@unbeatable-101 I don't think so. Maybe it's possible to do that like in the wiki and create it with some HTML. I've attached the log as a text file. 😉

I have fonts like Roboto (which gets mentioned in the console log) installed locally, however often times they won't get used anyway (or in the case won't even be replaced by FF's default font).

@spodermenpls I have no experience with that.

Upon loading it says "Some fonts could not be loaded. Try reloading.", and in the browser console it shows them all blocked.

@unbeatable-101 In the settings of LocalCDN you can allow the loading of Google Fonts globally or only for certain domains. This worked without any problems in my short test. If Google Fonts are important for you, then I would allow it globally. On Google websites you can simply disable the extension. There is nothing to do for LocalCDN.

> Also, is there a way to collapse code blocks? @unbeatable-101 I don't think so. Maybe it's possible to do that like in the wiki and create it with some HTML. I've attached the log as a text file. :wink: > I have fonts like Roboto (which gets mentioned in the console log) installed locally, however often times they won't get used anyway (or in the case won't even be replaced by FF's default font). @spodermenpls I have no experience with that. > Upon loading it says "Some fonts could not be loaded. Try reloading.", and in the browser console it shows them all blocked. @unbeatable-101 In the settings of LocalCDN you can allow the loading of Google Fonts globally or only for certain domains. This worked without any problems in my short test. If Google Fonts are important for you, then I would allow it globally. On Google websites you can simply disable the extension. There is nothing to do for LocalCDN.
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Is there a reason why LocalCDN can't include them? Or do you just think it is better to not.

Is there a reason why LocalCDN can't include them? Or do you just think it is better to not.
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Yes: Requests to include a framework in LocalCDN - 8.1. Google Fonts.

The "Font rendering" in the browser is basically also a security risk, which is why it's often blocked by other extensions.

Apart from that, direct replacement only works from FF89 (not Chromium). Replacing Google fonts on Google web pages makes no sense anyway 😉

Yes: [Requests to include a framework in LocalCDN - 8.1. Google Fonts](https://codeberg.org/nobody/LocalCDN/wiki#8-1-google-fonts). The "Font rendering" in the browser is basically also a security risk, which is why it's often blocked by other extensions. Apart from that, direct replacement only works from FF89 (not Chromium). Replacing Google fonts on Google web pages makes no sense anyway 😉
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