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I'm having problems with a custom font in Google Chrome and Safari using the WOFF Format. I Figured out that the look can dramatically change depending on the converter I use (font-squirrel, ...). I haven't found any converter which would output a clean WOFF file for this font (Gill sans Light). By "clean" I mean a file in which all letters (including common European accented letters) would be well drawn so that the rendered result would not be smeared.

So where can I find the best converting tool to avoid letters artefacts ? :)

Thank you ! Stev.

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migrated from Jun 19 '12 at 3:18

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You can try this online converter. It is pretty barebones, so it shouldn’t touch the font hinting like FontSquirrel’s.

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