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  • #33914

    Hi,

    I got a problem while embedding fonts via @font-face property in style block. First time called it works like a charm, but any times after it tries to get the font from cache and fails which leads to ‘?’ output in the pdf.
    Version 4.0.7 on Windows 10/Windows Server 2016

    Due to my previous post was not appearing, I moved the code and log output to files.

    This is first time call (working as expected) log output with loglevel LOG_ALL: first_try.txt
    This is second time call (producing ‘?’ instead of icon) log output with loglevel LOG_ALL: second_try.txt

    Would be great if you could check this out and propably provide me a workaround.

    Greetings
    Jochen Gojowsky

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    #33917

    Example HTML as txt due to .html is not allowed.

    #33918

    Thank you for the report, Jochen!
    We’ll try to reproduce the issue on our side and let you know.

    #33926

    Did you have any success in reproducing the issue?

    Is there any way to disable font caching completely? Unfortunately I still have to find a reliable workaround.

    #33931

    I debugged a bit with a custom resource provider and the problem seems to be located in the cached copy (?) of the downloaded .woff file with ‘1_’ prefix. If prefix is removed in resource loader (so the downloaded .woff is used) it works. Even tho this is a quite ugly workaround – please let me know if there is another way to achieve this.

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