The other thing not explained is that you can only use one font family and it takes over your default. I was hoping to upload 2-3 fonts and easily use them on specifically classes. If this is possible, then again, it's not explained.
Functionally, the component does indeed work great. The poor documentation and description are where the points are lost in my review.
I have spent all the freetime of year 2010 with overwriting extensions for Joomla! 1.6 and was asking for help regarding documentation, etc.
"Google it" was thought, you should find on Google how to make CSS fonts. It is a common issue, in fact not related to Phoca Font.
Regarding XML - you got my answer that you only copy the XML from current Phoca Font file and will change to your own (name, author, etc.)
Yes it is possible to use more fonts in different classes, see the demo:
http://www.phoca.cz/joomlademo/phoca-font (3 different fonts)
So instead you will do the following:
- looking on Google to see how CSS fonts are working
- copying and changing the XML
- looking at Phoca Demo site to discover how to use different fonts in different classes
you spent your time with writing such review.
I am really overloaded with releasing free extensions. You can help the project if you will write documentation but not the way that you will review some extension because the documantation is not complete :-(
Mostly users find the way how to do it, but instead they will write how they did it (some documentation or guide), they will make negative review.
I really don't understand it.
Not sure, if I should repeat it, but I am really overloaded and if you want to help the project, write documentation instead of writing negative review.
Thank you for understanding.
"to be modify, write XML, and re-zip for uploading to work"
Is this some kind of humor, you really don't expect that I will spend my freetime (which I can spend with adding new features into the component) with writing documentation, how to:
- modify text (XML) files
- ZIP (Re-ZIP) files
- etc. :-(