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FIXME **Cette page n'est pas encore traduite entièrement. Merci de terminer la traduction**\\ //(supprimez ce paragraphe une fois la traduction terminée)// ====== Polices personnalisées ====== Les polices personnalisées (//Custom fonts//) sont un champ optionnel du template. On l'ajoute si besoin à la racine de celui-ci, au même niveau que les éléments ''description'' ou ''styles'' : <code javascript> { "styles": [ ], "fonts" : [ ], "description": { } }; </code> Dans le tableau ''fonts'', vous pouvez ajouter autant de polices personnalisées que besoin. Mais qu'est-ce qu'une police personnalisée ? ===== C'est quoi une Police personnalisée ? ===== Une police personnalisée est une police d'écriture que vous désirez être accessible à tout le monde. Parce que parfois, la police utilisée n'est pas une police standard, et que vous ne souhaitez pas proposer à tous les utilisateurs de la télécharger puis de l'installer. Une police personnalisée possède deux propriétés : ''fontFamily'' qui renseigne une chaîne identifiant la police, et ''url'' qui correspond au fichier de la police. <code javascript> { "styles": [ ], "fonts" : [ { "fontFamily": "MyFontFamily", "src": "url" } ], "description": { } }; </code> L'utilisation des polices personnalisées va suivre l'utilisation des [[http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_pr_font-face_rule.asp|font-face CSS]]. ===== Fichier et URL ===== If you host **geckos**, you can add your needed font on you server, and set a relative path to it as the url : <code javacript> { "fontFamily": "MyFontFamily", "src": "fonts/myFont.woff" } </code> You can also sets the url to a distant server, but it might sometimes create bugs (server down, firewall preventing access to the server, server path changed, ...). <code javacript> { "fontFamily": "MyFontFamily", "src": "http://www.fonts.com/myFont.woff" } </code> Finally, as for the images of the canvas, we can use the [[Dataurl-Variables|DataUrl]] of a font file. You can find some explanations of this on [[http://sosweetcreative.com/2613/font-face-and-base64-data-uri|SoSweetCreative]], but the goal is the same as for the images : the font file is translated in a string format, embedded into the template code, and is sure to be present for the user. <code javascript> { "fontFamily": "MyFontFamily", "src": "data:application/octet-stream;base64,T1RUTw......" } </code> See for example the [[https://github.com/Gulix/geckos/blob/master/templates/wquest-silvertower-herocard.json|Warhammer Quest - Silver tower]] template, that uses such a font. ===== The FontFamily ===== The ''fontFamily'' property is a String that represents the name of the font. It's better with no spaces or funky characters. This name could follow the original one of the font, but it's not mandatory. It's now the name that your template will use in order to display text with that font. Any ''Text'', ''Textbox'' or similar fields you will use in the Canvas can use that font : <code javascript> { "type": "textbox", "left": 0, "top": 0, "width": 100, "text": "$name", "fontFamily": "MyFontFamily" }, </code> That's how you use **Custom fonts** in **Geckos** ! ===== Optional - The Font Style ===== The font you just added is added to the webpage as a //Regular// font. It means you can use that font to display regular text (ie not italic). But what if you want to display italic text ? If your font is only meant to be used in italic, you can set the italic version of the font as the ''src'' and use it. It will work just fine. If you plan to use your font in both regular and italic version, it will not work this way. Instead, you need to add two **custom fonts** : one for the regular style, one for the italic : <code javascript> "fonts" : [ { "fontFamily": "MyFontFamily", "src": "data:application/octet-stream;base64,T1RUTw......" }, { "fontFamily": "MyFontFamily", "fontStyle": "italic", "src": "data:application/octet-stream;base64,T1RUTw......" } ] </code> The ''src'' part of the italic font need to be the italic version file of the font. Or another font ? Yes, it's up to you, template creator, to play with this ! For example, you could mix two totally different fonts inside a [[Rich-Text-Field|Rich Text field]] by setting one to the Italic mode. ==== What about the bold ? ==== The bold version of a font is sometimes a different file as well. For the moment, **Geckos** don't use that possibility of using specific //bold version// of a font file, but instead render bold text automatically. It could be a later addition to the software.

fr/template/custom-fonts.1472656931.txt.gz · Dernière modification: 2016/08/31 17:22 par Nicolas Ronvel