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mabuc says

Hi,

Does anyone here knows a fix why an accent letters like (ç, é, ô, ã) become bold when using roboto font?

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BonfireThemes says

Probably have to include the font like this:

http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?subset=latin,latin-ext&family=Roboto


Notice the “subset=latin,latin-ext” part.

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mabuc says

Probably have to include the font like this: http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?subset=latin,latin-ext&family=Roboto


Notice the “subset=latin,latin-ext” part.

I will try that..

EDIT: this works fine.. any link where did you get this “css?subset=latin,latin-ext”

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kriskorn says

When you go to Google Fonts and select Quick-Use on a font, then you can set the parameters there. First you choose the styles and then the character sets – this is where that “css?subset=latin,latin-ext” got added to the link.

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BonfireThemes says

Don’t remember which exact site I found it on. I actually just a few days ago needed this to assist a buyer, so I googled for “google font add latin subset” or something like that.

EDIT: There you go, my fellow countryman had the better answer :)

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