How can I create a widget library that embeds a font in my prototypes a la your FontAwesome library?
Our corporate style uses the free font "Nevis" for navigation, but most of my testers do not have the font installed on their computers, so the nav is displayed in Arial or some other substitute font.
I noted with interest that your FontAwesome widget embeds the font FontAwesomeJiM, so I set out to reproduce the effect in a widget of my own.
No such luck: even after taking the following steps, I was unable to reliably get a prototype to embed the desired font:
Exported and unzipped my new widget library (containing a single "Label" component with the desired font selected)
Added a "fonts" folder with a copy of "nevis" (which, using a font-editing tool, I renamed as "NevisJiM" so that it would be distinct from the original "nevis" installed on my Mac)
Edited widgets.xml to see if that's how you embed the font via the element, as seen in the FontAwesome library
Changed all references to the font "nevis" to "NevisJiM" in widgets.xml so that the widget would be completely independent of the installed font on my Mac.
re-zipped and re-added the library to JustinMind
I wonder if there's a tutorial about embedding custom fonts as you've done with the FontAwesome library?