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[Resolved] Custom Typography Missing From Child Theme

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  • #67059
    Rémi Gérard

    Hello there,

    I made a series of customisation on the GP parent theme which I exported later to my child theme (the blank one downloaded from this website).
    Alas, no typographic customisations show up (although they appear in the imported json file).
    Also, my custom menu is replaced by the default one.
    What did I miss? How can I fix it?
    Thanks a lot for the help

    #67159
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    The Typography settings are stored in the “Default Customizer Settings” (first button to export).

    I just gave it a try to confirm, and managed to export my typography settings, reset them, and then import the old settings – seemed to work.

    Can you confirm you’ve imported the default customizer settings?

    Thanks! 🙂

    #67263
    Rémi Gérard

    Hello Tom,
    Yes I imported the Default Customizer Settings but all the fonts appear in Helvetica instead of my custom Alegreya and IM Fell English SC Google Fonts.
    I wondered if the functions.php of the child theme should contain some extra enqueuing script.

    #67266
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hmm it shouldn’t.

    You had these options set in the “Typography” panel of the Customizer? But for some reason they switched to Helvetica?

    Not sure what could have happened, but it should only take a second to switch the fonts back to the ones you were using.

    Let me know 🙂

    #67281
    Rémi Gérard

    Issue resolved, maybe due to some cache deleting lag.
    Thanks and have a good day! 🙂

    #67393
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer
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