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March 26th, 2009 Posted in Code, Html, JavaScript

This is my third test of font-replacement tools for the web. This time it’s time for the oldie Sifr. After Shaun Inman left the sifr project it was taken over by Mark Wubben. I won’t talk to much about sifr, because I guess you all are really familiar with it by now. So let’s look at the result.

Please pull up new tabs/windows of the Cufon and Flir also to compare how the font is being rendered. It’s quite interesting that it could be presented in so many different ways. Hopefully when @font-face is fully supported in different browsers and when those browsers has hit a critical mass in usage we can start using the CSS3 font-face.

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