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Nope. Maybe. Probably not. First of all, for the people in doubt, you most certainly can use webfonts in Photoshop, if you're able to download the required font formats. This allows you to get an idea on how your type is going to look on the web, not an exact representation. Why? Well, simply put Photoshop and InDesign offer some tools that browsers do not ...


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I want to make sure my design will look on the web exactly as it does in Photoshop or InDesign You can't. The reason is that there is no one 'exact' way your site will work on the web to begin with. Every browser, every operating system, every end-user preferences, every screen, every hardware will bring to the table some variance. This is why so ...


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Little surprised by some of these responses not addressing the bigger issue.... Unless I'm totally missing something here... Asking if Photoshop will or won't work with web fonts is like asking if you can surf big waves in your Honda Civic. They're not even the same realm. ANYTHING you do in PS, at some point, is gonna be spit out as an image of some ...


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I like to take a look at http://fontsinuse.com/ every now and then, it's not specifically about pairing fonts but a showcase of fonts used in projects so obviously a lot of them are pairings. I think it's great not only to see the pairing but also the different dynamics, weights, how each font is used within the project. There is a more humoristic approach ...


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Mark, You probably already know this, but make sure to keep web font properties simple in design stage so they can be properly recreated with CSS.


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Ah, thanks for the edit. That helps to understand you're looking for a freely licensed typeface. So, Lineto, itself, is inspired by Futura, so likely you want web fonts that are inspired by Futura. A google search will return plenty of suggestions. One result is Joel Crawford's web site where he lists the closest Google Font match to a whole range of ...


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There are web safe fonts and online font resources you can reference, and technologies for web typography using fonts change quickly and so are guidelines. I tried using Web Preflight (https://www.oss-usa.com/web-preflight?promo=web-preflight) for initial pass on Photoshop web designs, works pretty well.


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If it is important that users can choose a different license should I suggest that you look at OpenSuSES copyright field for their templates. They don't include any license but state that any copy left licenses and the MIT license can be used. You might want to write something similar: Copyright (c) 2013 SUSE LINUX Products GmbH, Nuernberg, Germany. ...



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