Font names containing apostrophes

Apostrophes (‘) in font names need special handling. (The trick is (a) to escape the apostrophe – with a backslash – in the CSS: Tycho’sElegy >> Tycho\'sElegy, and (b) enclose the CSS style string in double quotes, not single quotes: style="font-family:Tycho\'sElegy;font-size:24pt; “.)

Also, the font filename, the font preview window title text, the font name appearing in the font picker, and the font name known internally to the system(as per the name in the /fonts folder), can be all different.


Tycho’sElegy: The cat sat on the mat.

Tycho’sRecipe: The cat sat on the mat.

Love’sLabour: The cat sat on the mat.

WirWenzlaw Rough: The cat sat on the mat.

butterbrotpapier (from www.anke-art.de, via fontspace): The cat sat on the mat.

JaneAusten NoSecret: The cat sat on the mat.

Designs2 2: ABDEF

Ethernal PERSONAL USE: The cat sat on the mat.

Galderglynn Titling: The cat sat on the mat.

Profaisal: The cat sat on the mat.

CancellerescA: The cat sat on the mat.

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