How to host a custom font on Google Drive (non Google Font) for use on Blogger

This is related to the following:

  1. Hosting on google drive
  2. how to import webfonts in blogger from google drive?
  3. Can I use google fonts in Google Drive web hosting?

But 1 is about hosting a static web page; 2 is about Google Fonts, and the comment by @abhay9455 to Google’s documentation does not help; and 3 was about Google Fonts, which is already well covered by both Blogger and Google Web Font implementation. What I would like to do, is use a font I created on Calligraphr for a post I am working on; this is not a professional font, and thus is not hosted by anyone but me. My only source for hosting files online is Google Drive. How can I use this font in a Blogger post when I have hosted it publicly on Google Drive?

My code for fetching the font is this:

  @font-face {
    font-family: 'Tolvtalsystem';
    src: url('')  format('opentype');

The font does not load. (I uninstalled it locally to make sure I would know whether it loaded or not.) What do I need to do to be able to have it loaded from my Google Drive? As for now, I think the solution might be in getting a link that actually identifies it as a font (a link ending in .otf), but I have no idea how to get this.

magento2 – Adding Google Web Font to Transactional Email?

I’m attempting to add a Google Web Font (Montserrat: in the Marketing -> Email Templates area and attempted to add this in two ways.

I added the <link .. /> element in the <header> and also tried adding an @import rule in the box that allows you to add styles in the Email Template section of the admin panel.

Am I doing this wrong? The font is not showing on my sales emails. Thank you.

how to change new message raw color or font in thunderbird 78?

I knew how to change the unread message style with userChrome.css:

treechildren::-moz-tree-cell(unread) {
    background-color: #8afff3 !important;

I also knew how to change the folder style when it contain new mails:

#folderTree > treechildren::-moz-tree-cell-text(folderNameCol, newMessages-true) {
 font-weight: normal !important;
 color: Red !important;


but now I want to change the row color of new message similar to what I did to the unread one, but I have no idea what the status value should be. new? newMessage? I tried following but nothing get changed:

treechildren::-moz-tree-cell(new) {
    font-style: italic !important;
    text-decoration: underline !important;;

system apps – What Is “Font Server”? And is it a virus?

I’ve been doing malware scans for my phone pretty often recently, along with browsing and searching up apps/ files on my internal storage. I found one called “Font Server” which has a blue guy with a smile face as the image. I searched it up and found people saying it was a virus, it says it was installed in 2008 even though I got my phone in 2018 so 10 years later. I’m timid to imediently try anything so I want to make sure if anyone know what the app is/ if it is harmful/ if I should remove it or not before I do anything. Thank you!

google sheets – Changing font size based on value

I found this script when searching for a way to employ Harvey Balls in a Google Sheet. The only problem is that a couple of the balls are smaller than the others. A remedy would be to increase the font size of those cells with the balls in question. Any idea how to do this?

function onEdit(e) {
  var n = parseInt(e.value, 10);
  if (n == e.value && n >= 0 && n <= 4) {
    e.range.setValue(('○', '◔', '◑', '◕', '●')(n));

Script source: Conditionally substitute cell contents with Unicode characters

How to Retain Font Weights when Exporting Word Doc to PDF?

I’m trying to imitated LateX style typesetting in word by using a this word template. The main issue is that when exporting as a PDF, some of the bolded text appears as regular (Computer Modern Family font is installed).

I think this might be due to predefined weight a certain font has but is there a workaround to export PDF as it is in Word. (Below are examples of what I get)


ssh – putty + powerlevel10k – font issue

I’m running ubuntu with zsh and powerlevel10k and that works just fine on the graphical terminal. I don’t really use the TTY terminals, and if I do I can manage to make sense of the broken fonts, so that’s not an issue.
However when I connect with putty I get a lot of broken symbology on the terminal.
I have tried to follow this tutorial to fix it but it didn’t work. Previously I had installed the same font (the one recommended on the powerlevel10k github page) I installed on ubuntu on the windows machine and set that as the font, that didn’t work either. Then I tried following this tutorial, uninstalled the old font (MesloLGS NF Regular) and instead installed the recommended fonts (all four of Meslo LG L DZ Regular|Italic|Bold|Bold Italic for Powerline.ttf) and set them as the font to be used in putty. I get the same broken display.

The broken display looks something like this (hostname, username redacted. They show up okay for me):

Broken fonts in putty

instead of like this (made using xforwarding and opening the graphical terminal):

Non broken fonts in mate-terminal

Just using xforwarding and opening mate-terminal all the time is not desirable because of the lag and extra network usage. And it’s a really ugly solution anyway.

development – Unable to permanently change the font size and weight inside a sharepoint modern page (the class name keeps changinag)

You could use the column formatting to do that.

In your list, select the column you want to change > column settings > format this column. then advanced mode and put the JSON below – preview and save

  "$schema": "",
  "elmType": "div",
  "style": {
    "font-size": "15px",
  "txtContent": "@currentField"

Since you are formatting a Person or Group, use the following

  "$schema": "",
  "elmType": "div",
  "style": {
    "font-size": "20px",
  "txtContent": "@currentField.title"

The difference is in the @currentField.title

google docs – Enforce styles / disable manual font size selector &c, so no one can mess up the formatting

Today we decided to reduce the font size on a document, and my trick of changing the Normal style had no effect because someone had set the size of all the text manually, leading us to have to select the text under every heading and repeat the action. Worse, actually applying the Normal style, for future’s sake, eliminated all italics and bolds so I had to carefully re-apply italics and bolds where appropriate throughout the document.

I wish the font size selector in particular didn’t exist, because people always use it inappropriately.

8 – How to download bulma sass file an compile in order to change the primary font?

I’d like to change the primary font in Bulma as per

I’ve used composer to install libraries_provider

 composer require drupal/libraries_provider

Libraries provider is enabled

dr en -y libraries_provider

Looking at the libraries provider documentation and the drulma documentation I should add something to my theme libraries yml file.

At a rough guess as I can’t find documentation on how to do this

  enabled: true
  npm_name: 'bulma'

Then I run

composer require npm-asset/bulma

Which does not work – Could not find a matching version of package npm-asset/bulma.

Then I set the variables in the sass file for the new font, which the stackoverflow question handles.

Finally, recompile the SASS file (what command is required?). Make sure the updated bulma CSS file is included in my theme and it is done.