+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #1046303 +++ Steps to reproduce: Use a word with the character sequence "gg" (e.g. eggplant) in an html page and set 'font-family' to 'Basic' after including the webfont 'Basic': http://www.google.com/fonts/specimen/Basic Example: - http://jsbin.com/bojonefa/1 Actual results: The character sequence "gg" gets rendered as "xg" where the colors of the "x" are inverted. This happens only if the webfont 'Basic' is used. I experienced this issue in FF 30 and 31. Other online Examples: - http://veliawortman.net/therapists/goetz.html - http://www.mansmarbles.com/#!Gold-Digger-Prank-/c14e7/CAF1CEA1-5502-468D-838F-8FE348926AC1 This is a font bug. That font has a 'calt' (contextual alternates) feature that replaces 'g' with .notdef when followed by another 'g'. You can see the same behavior in Chrome if you set -webkit-font-feature-settings: "calt" on;
Google has been contacted today.
Whiteboard: [font] → [font] [sitewait]
Font bug as far as I'm concerned.
Can’t replicate on current trunk nightly (OS X).
Yes this has been fixed! Thanks Robin. And Google Team.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 4 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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