Font renders with malformed glyphs when using .woff and .woff2

Not reproducible Issue #12382494


Curtis P.
Jun 18, 2017
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Edge seems to break when rendering a particular font I am working with, CF Oak Island (commercial with full glyphset). Whilst some glyphs render correctly, the majority of them do not - simply deciding that they’re going to render weird square sections of the glyph, and not the others. The affected glyphs are consistent - restarting the browser makes no difference to which letters seem to be corrupted. The functionality is there in all other OSes that I have tried so far just fine - I’ve even got the font installed locally, and it doesn’t seem to work. All browsers I have tried so far on Windows 10 seem to have this bug.

I have tried with both .woff and .woff2 formats, both seem to exhibit this bug.


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    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Assigned To to “Steven K.”

    • Hi,

      Can you provide a repro for this?  I would like to see how you are defining your ‘font-family’ properties on your webpage.

      Do you know what unicode-range or ranges this specific font uses?

      Also, can you could provide a link to where you acquired this font?

      Appreciate the support,

      The MS Edge Team

    • Microsoft Edge Team

      Changed Status to “Not reproducible”

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