New major GD WebFonts Toolbox Pro 2.0 version brings integration with Adobe Typekit. Beside that, there are many updates to selector rules styler, updated Google Fonts list (698 fonts), tool to clear cache, several improvements and many bugs are fixed.
Most important new feature is integration with Adobe Typekit. To use Typekit, you need Adobe account (free or premium) so you can create kit with fonts you want to use. To access Typekit, plugin uses Typekit API and needs API token to access your kits. Once you add kit to plugin, you can use fonts from that kit as any other web font from Google or Adobe Edge. Free Typekit accounts allows for one kit with 2 font families. Once you add Typekit kit, you will be able to use all fonts in that kit as you would use Google Fonts and integrate Typekit fonts into WordPress editor and also use in selector rule styler. If you want to see step by step instructions on how Typekit integration works, you can watch the video here.
Style editor for selectors is improved to support changing the demo text, breaking text into lines, and one more CSS property for ‘box-sizing’ is added to the styler. Typekit fonts will be available if you link the plugin to kit on your Typekit account.
Plugin has new tool that can be used to clear all cached data. Default Google Fonts list is update with all latest fonts to total count of 698 fonts available. Font loading process is improved and some old code refactored or removed.
As for the bugs, there are many things fixed: empty shadows in preview and generated CSS, several problems with building CSS, reset rule for selector rules panel not working, several warnings and one missing function, few more issues with selector rules panel.
As usual, if you find any issues with the new version, use the forums to report it, and include as much information as you can.
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