Ability to edit fonts


(Oana Goge) #1

I’ve added a font from custom CSS but I forgot to write the ${resourcesFolderName} part in the font link. It seems I cannot edit the font now though! I was expecting that if I double-click on a font, the same window as from “Add more fonts” opens, with the old data filled in, which I can then edit and press “Apply” or something. However, nothing happens. It appears that the only solution is deleting the font and re-entering everything. It would be nice to have in a future version, even if it’s only a slight annoyance rather than anything serious.

Sorry if this feature already exists and I’m completely missing it.


Helvetica-Neue Light font issue
(Markus Bjerre) #2

I really agree on this one! Been having the same problems when importing fonts and forgetting to add something or edit the code. I did just like you and deleted it to redo it all over again. I hope there will be some kind of CSS editing posibilities within Hype in the feature.


(MajorGem) #3

I Agree with this request


(stephen) #4

Custom fonts currently are not editable. At the moment your best option is to delete the font and add a new one.

This is definitely something we would like to improve. Thanks for the feedback!


(daniel) #5

I definitely need this too.


#6

Not thrilled with the answer, but thanks for answering and saving me hours of thinking I was doing something wrong.


#7

In today’s release of 3.6, you can edit fonts by clicking ‘Edit’ in the resources library for the font:


(Trey Yancy) #8

Hiya — Where’s the 3.6 'What’s New" page?


#9

Here is what’s new in 3.6: http://tumult.com/hype/whats-new/3.6/


(Trey Yancy) #10

I found it at http://tumult.com/hype/documentation/3.0/#3.6.0