4 Replies Latest reply on Oct 3, 2017 2:48 AM by spacman75

    Adding links

    spacman75 Level 1

      Hi all

       

       

      Has something changed when adding custom links i.e. telephone numbers and email addresses? I have just tried to add a link in for telephone number but It's saying "hyperlinks applied to text inside a rasterised frame cannot be exported. You must change the text frame so that it does not require rasterisation, by adjusting the font or rotation or remove the hyperlink of flight to text before exporting." Does this mean I cannot use the font I'm using and if so which fonts are usable? I created a website about three months ago and didn't have this problem. Is this a new thing with the recent update? Thanks Keith

       

       

      Thanks

       

       

      Keith

        • 1. Re: Adding links
          Günter Heißenbüttel Adobe Community Professional

          It is true: Assigning links to text, which has to be rasterised, will fail. Read more about font rasterising in my post 4 in this thread: Menus with Responsive Width in 4k Resolution

          • 2. Re: Adding links
            spacman75 Level 1

            That's an absolute joke that muse can't handle anything other than web safe fonts for links. I have come from a coding background and all that is needed is a link in the HTML stating which font is to be uploaded and from where and then that wants get loaded into whatever computer is running your website.

             

             

            I have gone on to muse because on physically disabled and coding takes me ages. Now I'm stuck with crap links that doesn't fit my workflow just because Adobe cannot code for ****!

            • 3. Re: Adding links
              Günter Heißenbüttel Adobe Community Professional

              Coding background? Can’t believe. Coders should be able to read!

              You write "all that is needed is a link in the HTML stating which font is to be uploaded and from where and then that wants get loaded into whatever computer is running your website“. Exactly that is possible with Muse!

              You have 3 ways to handle your issue:

              1. Use standard fonts (which are supposed to reside on every machine/device.
              2. Use web fonts
              3. Use self hosted web fonts.

              In your answer, you are referring to 2. and 3.  All three ways are working with Muse. You only need to read my posting exactly. If you don’t want to or aren’t will to, because you prefer ranting, Muse really isn’t the right application for you.

              • 4. Re: Adding links
                spacman75 Level 1

                Okay I see my mistake, I was using a version of a font that was directly on my computer. I have just access the web library and now it's working fine.