How to use custom fonts in your library
In the library, we generate the image to show the preview of the file and the PDF version of the file.
In most of the cases, a preview & PDF appears without issue. However, when the file including custom font and SlideHub does not have access to the font, the preview might look different from the actual file.
There are two ways to avoid this issue.
Solution 1: Embed the font directly in the file.
Pros: This will instantly fix the issue. it will allow consistent experience regardless of the person having a font
Cons: It can increase the size of the file substantially.
Solution 2: Share the font file to SlideHub, so we can add the font to the system (not in the file) Since this requires our tech team to implement it in your library, we kindly ask you send a ZIP folder with the font to email@example.com. The suggested format for digital display and PowerPoint presentations is . TTF (TrueTypeFont) format.
Pros: You can avoid the large file size
Cons: End-User must install the same font, otherwise the actual file will still look wrong.
How to upload fonts to your library:
Since this requires our tech team to implement it to your library, we kindly ask you send a ZIP folder with the font to firstname.lastname@example.org. The suggested format for digital display and PowerPoint presentations is .TTF (TrueTypeFont) format.
If you still have questions, don't hesitate to reach out to our team via chat or by email to email@example.com.
Updated on: 09/07/2023