Storyline: Fonts for Variable References Might Be Different in Published Output

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Fonts that you apply to variable references in your Storyline courses might not always be the fonts learners see in published output.

Storyline 360

As of January 23, 2018, Storyline 360 has a brand new text-rendering engine that gives you beautiful text with consistent readability on every device. And fonts for variable references are now embedded in HTML5 output so learners always see the correct fonts. Learn more about modern text in Storyline 360.

In Flash output, default system fonts from learners' devices will be substituted for text boxes that contain variable references if learners don't have the correct fonts installed. Default system fonts can be different on each computer, tablet, and smartphone, so learners might not always see the fonts you used.

Storyline 3

As of March 6, 2018, Storyline 3 has a brand new text-rendering engine that gives you beautiful text with consistent readability on every device. And fonts for variable references are now embedded in HTML5 output so learners always see the correct fonts. Learn more about modern text in Storyline 3.

In Flash output, default system fonts from learners' devices will be substituted for text boxes that contain variable references if learners don't have the correct fonts installed. Default system fonts can be different on each computer, tablet, and smartphone, so learners might not always see the fonts you used.

Storyline 2 and Storyline 1

Fonts can't be embedded in published output for variable text. As a result, default system fonts from learners' devices will be substituted for text boxes that contain variable references. Default system fonts can be different on each computer, tablet, and smartphone, so learners might not always see the fonts you used.