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Technical details

These color fonts come in the OpenType COLRv1 font format, a new font format for color fonts. As of this writing, this font format is supported in Google Chrome 98+. So please use a browser that supports COLRv1 fonts to experience these fonts in a browser on your own computer.

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Patrick LudewigFrontend Developer at the 💻
3 mnths ago

Wow, didn’t know about a new font format! Interesting to see where this will lead us to. :)

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Miguel MunizProduct Designer at
3 mnths ago

Interesting reading into the spec, emoji was the main motivation for pushing it. Firefox is considering it but Safari is negative on it. Hopefully the kinks get worked out


Wonder if there is a fallback for the format to non-disco? Do you know? Too tired and lazy web ;)

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