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  1. moni

    Nice, but you end up mixing and matching fonts inline. Of course that’s still better than a height:1em PNG. But what I’d really like to see is a true fallback for missing glyphs.

    Say I want to use the emoji characters and provide an emoji webfont for that range, but once the general font has native emoji glyphs, use those because they were designed to fit in with other text in that font.

    Now the only way to achieve that is to measure the rendered characters in Javascript and guess if they are present in the font or just a placeholder. Or use webfonts for everything (because I know the range of the fonts I provide), but that’s a big overhead.