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Posted on 01-26-18, 11:10 pm
Goomba
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So I am trying to use a custom font for my post layout, but it isn't working. Here's what I have right now:

<style->
@font-face {
font-family: "New Super Mario Font U";
src: url("https://www.dropbox.com/s/ns0ptbfnbfak39i/new_super_mario_font_u-webfont.ttf?dl=0");
}

.mainbar3402 {
font-family: 'New Super Mario Font U';
}

</style->

What am I doing wrong? Any tips and other help would be appreciated.
(By the way, the - at the end of style is so it will show up and is not in my actual code, and NSMFU is just a placeholder for right now.)
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Posted on 01-26-18, 11:26 pm
Wendy Koopa
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just saying but the NSMBu typeface is terrible at this font size.

anyway, you misspelled the userID. also the font format might not show up depening on your browser, different browsers require different types.
Posted on 01-27-18, 12:02 am
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Posted by Thierry
just saying but the NSMBu typeface is terrible at this font size.

anyway, you misspelled the userID. also the font format might not show up depening on your browser, different browsers require different types.


Thanks. If it helps I'm using Chrome, so TTF should work, yes?
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Posted on 01-28-18, 08:06 am
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That url won't work since dropbox doesn't do direct links anymore. Upload the image to the uploader.
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Posted on 01-28-18, 08:27 am
Wendy Koopa
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no; it does support it. they just dropped all the previously made links.
Posted on 02-01-18, 01:03 am
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Okay, so new question(s):

1. Is it possible to have space in between .mainbar and .sidebar? Same goes for .topbar _1 and .topbar _2.
2. How to edit the 'spoiled' part of the spoiler? I've used .mainbar3042 .spoiled { code n' stuff} but it doesn't seem to be working. I have used !important as well.
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Posted on 02-01-18, 02:00 am
Wendy Koopa
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.spoiled uses a fair amount of styling by default. use !important; to override those styles, as such:

color: #fe2!important;
Posted on 02-01-18, 03:17 am
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Posted by Thierry
.spoiled uses a fair amount of styling by default. use !important; to override those styles, as such:

color: #fe2!important;


As of right now I have this:

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Posted on 02-01-18, 04:01 am
Wendy Koopa
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..oh, right. dirbaio's spoiler update. it's spoilercontents now.

said spoilers have a few issues. oh well.
Posted on 02-01-18, 08:06 pm
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Posted by Thierry
..oh, right. dirbaio's spoiler update. it's spoilercontents now.

said spoilers have a few issues. oh well.


Thanks much.
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