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  • Does support Brooklyn now Adobe Fonts?

    ralfbpa

    I Thinking about new Website with Brooklyn, aber need adobe fonts. I did try on anther website running with Brooklyn and was frustrated. Could install per css or php header or plugin and it works with my child css but not in backend as customfonts or with page builder.

    I would think - thousands of designers work with the adobe typefonts because they paying for with their creative cloud. can't believe adobe fonts are not integratetd like google fonts in your theme. But I didn't found a in documentation any notice...

    best regards ralf