UserFontFamilyAdjustments

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User Directed Font Family Adjustments

Use case
A reading system/UA provides users a mechanism for displaying content in a custom font. For instance, some readers may prefer a sans-serif font (called, say, serifless) for reading on their particular screen, however the publisher has chosen a serif font (called dangles) as the default for content. In addition, there may be other content in the same volume that displays computer code. This content is in a third font, (incodealotta) which is sans-serif, monospace with clear distinctions for glyphs like zero and capital 'O' (oh), one and lowercase 'l' (el), etc. The user would like the body font 'dangles' to be replaced with their chosen font 'serifless', but wants the code content to remain in 'incodealotta'.
Requirement(s)
  1. Identify font family/ies that is/are used for various categories (eg. body font, headings)
  2. Provide a mechanism for replacing the publisher supplied styling in a selective manner
Stakeholder(s)
PUBLISHERS-ALL, USERS-ALL, USERS-A11Y, IMPLEMENTERS
Ranking
TBD
Relations/dependencies
N/A
Relevant W3C group(s)/specification(s)
TBD
External relevant group(s)/specification(s)
N/A
Comments
Submitted by
Brady Duga
Status
NEW