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    Font change

    Hi. I have a problem witch changing font on my site. The code is as follows:

    content_font_face="itc_officinaSans_book"
    content_font_size="18"
    content_font_color="0xE5E3E2"
    content_horizontal_padding="30"
    content_vertical_padding="30"
    arrows_top_margin="49"
    arrows_horizontal_padding="21"
    status_font_face="conduit_itc"
    status_font_size="20"
    status_font_color="0x000000"
    status_right_margin="20"
    status_horizontal_padding="9"
    status_vertical_padding="15"
    status_background_color="0xE5E3E2"
    image_background_color="0xE6E6E6"
    image_preloader_main_color="0x474747"
    image_preloader_secondary_color="0xA3C530"
    timer_color="0xA3C530"

    When I change itc_officinaSans_book for any font, the text isn't being displayed...

    I need to change a font, to have Polish signs

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    I suspect that somewhere in the CSS there is an @font-face statement that has a link to itc_officinaSans_book, and you need to link to your chosen font instead.
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    Tools like Firebug or Mozilla's developer tools might help you figure out what stylesheet is overriding your settings.
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