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CSS3 Foundations Chapter 3 Lesson 2: Google Fonts Page Load Indicator - Cannot Find?


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Hello Stefan,

I've been looking for the past 15 minutes for the page load indicator in Google Fonts.  I can't find anything on Stack Overflow about the page load indicator in Google Fonts.  I also haven't found anything in Google Font's FAQ on this.  Any idea what is going on?  It seems like font speed is important.

Thank you for your assistance :)

-Andrew

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In the video there is a page which has a page load indicator, with colors of green, yellow, and red (It sort of looks like a clock).  If I remember, the colors indicate how fast the font will load.  I cannot find the webpage on Google Fonts with that indicator, nor anything else having to do with the page load speed of any of the Google Fonts.

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On 7/15/2020 at 12:07 PM, Drew2 said:

In the video there is a page which has a page load indicator, with colors of green, yellow, and red (It sort of looks like a clock)

Did you do a google search for it?

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https://developers.google.com/fonts/faq - found that.  It says "The page load time indicator, located in the upper-right of the selection drawer, shows an estimation of how your selection will affect the overall load time (ex: slow, moderate, fast) of your page based on the number of families, styles, and scripts you’ve chosen in the “Customize” tab."

It all sounds great, until I look for it.  I've clicked on everything I can think of in the top right, and no mention of the page load time indicator is to be found.

 

Best,

Andrew

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On 8/19/2020 at 12:55 AM, Drew2 said:

It all sounds great, until I look for it.  I've clicked on everything I can think of in the top right, and no mention of the page load time indicator is to be found.

 

Hmm ... I wouldn't be too concerned with this since fonts are tiny files. We are in the age of 4k video download and so fonts are barely a blip in file size. 

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