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It wasn't enough for me, I was expecting some crazy turn or something else. We're talking about a CoHo and Tarryn Fisher book It was impossible not to expect some crazy shit!
As for the writing, I have no complains there. It was really good, it made stay up all night reading and I felt my eyes glued to every page. CoHo and Tarryn delivered a well-written story full of love, suspense and mystery.
Every chapter was captivating, as always. Charlie and Silas story was okay for me. Not my favorite but I found their relationship intriguing and lets be real, those two could be super cute sometimes. You need a tool that employs the IDPF algorithm that is supported by the major reading systems. The fonts that I tested rendered as expected on the major reading platforms. Now that the reading systems are supporting the same obfuscation method, we should see more tools like Sigil emerge, which will make adding font obfuscation easier.
Subsetting a Font When you embed a font, you can optionally choose to subset it. When you subset a font, you include only the glyphs that you need, i. If you were to subset the font before embedding it, the character information for the alpha would be thrown out since it is not needed in the context of your EPUB. The primary advantage of subsetting an embedded font is that doing so reduces the file size, sometimes significantly.
I then prepared yet another version of the EPUB, only this time I subsetted the font so that it included support for the 18 glyphs that I needed for the epigraph. The results were dramatic: the file size dropped from KB to 15 KB, and the characters rendered as expected. You can subset a font and you can obfuscate a font, or any combination therein.
While it makes sense to subset a font when you embed it, there are few tools that make it easy to do so. As with obfuscation, Adobe InDesign CS6 is probably the best commercial tool available for subsetting. When you create an EPUB file with InDesign CS6, it both subsets and obfuscates embedded fonts by default, which is arguably the best possible result since you are effectively addressing licensing requirements and file size concerns simultaneously.
The counterargument might be that InDesign is overzealous since there is no way to disable subsetting and obfuscation.
You can even choose the exact characters that you wish to subset, which is what I did for the epigraph. While this tool is useful, it has several limitations. Also, it is somewhat slow my test took several minutes and can only be used via the Font Squirrel web interface. Licenses are typically downloadd from a font foundry such as Monotype Imaging or Adobe or typeface designers operating independently.
As described in this useful FAQ from Monotype , standard font licenses typically allow installation of the font on a number of servers or workstations for use on print products. Additional and usually separate licensing is available for embedding a font on a website or an EPUB. Importantly, the font data ceases to be a separate, usable font file, which protects the font from unauthorized use.
Be careful to keep this ambiguity in mind when reviewing font licenses for possible embedding in EPUB. An Adobe license, for example, may in fact permit the use of embedding, but probably not in the way that we mean in the context of EPUB.
As described in Maybe You Should , there are plenty of good reasons to embed fonts, so the extra work may very well be worthwhile. You have a couple of options, covered in the next sections. Use an Open Font If commercial font licensing in EPUB seems intimidating and perhaps just not worth the added overhead, you can still enjoy some of the benefits of embedding by using a font with an open license.
Services such Google web fonts and Font Squirrel offer hundreds fonts that are free for commercial use. Google web fonts has the added bonus of being optimized for the screen, so they should look good in many reading systems.
If nothing else, these services provide a fun and free way to experiment without having to worry about a license should you decide to embed the font in your final product.