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I am working with some authors and they like to use really nice looking custom fonts. Problem I have is that when I convert these fonts using the online tools, they come out looking bad. I found that if I change the size, the font might look the way it’s suppose to. But if I go one pixel bigger, it makes it look like it’s drunk. It’s all wavy and distorted. Looks like something you might see during Halloween. Anyone got a sure fire method of converting fonts? I have converted them and I am using @font-face which I really like and would like better if the font would look how it’s suppose to at the size the designer put in the psd

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What are you using to convert them? I’ve used this once and didn’t notice any issues. http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fontface/generator

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