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Re: Font Rendering Issue in Outlook - ACC Tweedskin1 - Adobe Campaign Classic
Hi @ukender Custom fonts do not work in Outlook. You will need to specify a fallback system font that looks close to your custom font, and this will be used in email clients that do not support custom/web fonts. There's more info on applying web fonts and which email clients support them here - https://www.litmus.com/blog/the-ultimate-guide-to-web-fonts/ If the typography is really super important (like for a brand image), then you could create your headline as an image, however this isn't a gre...
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Re: How to build a dynamic URL in a delivery Tweedskin1 - Adobe Campaign Classic
I have a similar issue, however I'm hardcoding the start of the link in the html and using a personalisation block if statement to append the URl e.g https://www.google.com/<%@ include view="blockName" %>. When this is sent as a proof, it appends the link with every value from the if and remaining else if statements. In the proof preview screen, it work when I select a user who falls into the if statement, but not when sending a proof. @wodnicki are you saying this method shouldn't work either?
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Re: Font Rendering Issue in Outlook - ACC Tweedskin1 - Adobe Campaign Classic
The advice given here is incorrect. Custom fonts do not work in Outlook. At all. Ever. Only system fonts will render in Outlook. The best advice here is to specify a fall back system font that is as close as possible to your custom font
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