It makes the headings of your site a little different. I don’t believe that it is suitable for the body text though.
In creating the post I realised that I needed a quicker way of updating my Shoelace theme to use custom fonts. So instead of having to change the code I’ve added in a new setting:
which replaces the old ‘CDN’ on / off setting. This is an example of how user need drives development functionality. It also makes you question the existing functionality and consider what you do and don’t really need. So… are there parts of Moodle that are never used? Do you know of any? If so, should they be removed or are they things that you don’t use now but may do in the future?
This new ‘fontselect’ setting will be published in the next release of the Shoelace theme for Moodle 3.3 – probably version 126.96.36.199 (a beta version) or 188.8.131.52 (a stable version if I think the theme is so).
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