Using custom fonts in Power Apps

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  1. I appreciate you have found a way to use other fonts, but I’m still confused on how to actually get these loaded. I very little knowledge of html. Could you provided step by step instructions, please on how to do this?

    Are you we supposed to insert an image control so the fonts will work? I’m confused. And I downloaded your PowerFontPCF, and it does not work.

    1. Hi,

      Well it depends, when using the SVG version, you need to use the image control because the SVG format is the one that is doing the rendering of the previously formatted ( in base64 ) font.

      When using the PCF version, first you need to enable PCF controls for your canvas apps:

      Using this method, the fonts will be downloaded as a regular webpage would do.

      Hope it helps

  2. I can get the custom font to work, but I’m unable to change the text color. I’ve tried adding it to the .custom class in your example, and as an inline style tag with no luck. How did you manage to get Powerapps in red?

    1. Hey Dan,

      You can use the same class adding the color property there or use another class in conjunction to set different colors for different texts.

      .Glory { font: 128px Gloria Hallelujah }
      .Colored { fill: red }

      Power Platform
      España - Canarias

      In this example, the Colored tag is setting the color to red.

      1. Ah, I was using color not fill!

        Another q- Is it possible to use dynamic data for the text here? I’m trying to put it together with concatenate, but having all sorts of issues due to the various special characters I’m assuming, gets messy trying to escape things.

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