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Black Sansa - Retro display font with a full set of uppercase and lowercase letters, multilingual symbols, numbers, punctuation, stylistic set, and ligatures. Black Sansa retro display font style for retro poster, magazine, retro beauty branding design in vintage style suitable for your retro design concept.
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This is a retro display font with a full set of uppercase and lowercase letters, multilingual symbols, numbers, punctuation, stylistic set, and ligatures. Black Sansa retro display font style for retro poster, magazine, retro beauty branding design in vintage style suitable for your retro design concept.
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I'm building a rails app and it needs to use the Source Sans Pro font. I can't import the font in HTML tag (because this process increases the page loading times), to do it, i've downloaded the .ttf fonts of in google fonts sites (only the regular, light and semibold fonts).
In the browser console, no one error are displayed, but when the template renders, the font Source Sans Pro not works, and the fallback sans-serif are rendered. Please, how can i right import and use the google downloaded fonts
put 3 fonts file (eot, svg and ttf) in app/assets/fonts/ notes: Unfortunately Google just provide ttf from google font web, but you can download through github raw or through google font heroku apps choose font name and download , here is link source sans pro
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Sansa Script Font has its own style and can be assembled into a natural word. Six Away is made with a quick stroke of the brush pen, so that it looks original and can be used for all your project needs. Each glyph has its own uniqueness and when meeting with others will provide a dynamic and pleasing proximity. This font can be used at any time and any project.
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