"Optional display font" in Twenty Twelve

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  • #1157125

    zigzagzoum
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    The description of Twenty Twelve mentions the use of an optional display font, I take it it’s the custom “Open Sans” font. Since it’s “optional”, does that mean it can be deactivated? And where/how?

    Note that this phrase is not found on the actual page for the theme (http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/twentytwelve/), you find it upon hovering over the theme in question in the Theme Showcase.

    #1157349

    timethief
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    Since it’s “optional”, does that mean it can be deactivated? And where/how?

    No it can’t be deactivated without purchasing the annually renewable custom design upgrade and changing it to another font. Changing all font families, colors and sizes throughout the whole blog is done by purchasing an annually renewable Custom Design upgrade and using Typekit Fonts http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/

    #1157368

    zigzagzoum
    Member

    Ah well, it can’t be helped. Thanks for the reply though!

    #1157369

    timethief
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    I’m sorry it wasn’t the answer your wanted to hear. Best wishes with your blog.

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