IT is in the js file.
Suppose we want to render the composition with four different fonts so that the client can choose one.
One way would be to duplicate the project's folder, then open <projectName>_edge.js and
edit the values of the font properties
font: ['Quattrocento Sans, sans-serif',38,'rgba(0,0,0,1)','400','none','normal']
May be such an edit is not very safe ? And even if it is, it would be laborious, especially if we need to repeat for a number of fonts.
Like Mari8899, I miss a CSS where it would be safe and easy to edit (factorized) in order to switch between fonts.
As we specify IDs and possibly classes, I imagine an external CSS may be used. Suffice it to place the CSS file in the project's folder or is there a place in the environment to make Edge link to such a CSS (I can't see where) ?
I think that there might be a way to write a function that would choose a font or another directly in Edge. Let me try to see if I could make it work.
Thank you Marie for your quick reply. Now I understand the logic and will adapt to classes of elements. I am on the right track.
Thank you so much for all of your contributions. I learn a lot reading them !
My pleasure! I learn a lot here too.