If you open a publication in the latest version of Microsoft Edge, then it is possible that most (or all) of your text is shown using the wrong font. In all other major browsers everything works fine, and people who have not yet updated to the October version of Edge will not suffer from any problems either.
The reason for this behaviour is a bug in the SVG rendering latest version of Microsoft Edge. SVG is an image format which we use to get the highest quality text. We have reported this bug to Microsoft and are waiting for a solution. https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/platform/issues/19243655/
The current status is that this bug has not yet been confirmed by Microsoft. If you suffer from this issue, then it would be helpful if you can click the ‘Me too’ link (you have to be signed in with a Microsoft account - Hotmail, Live and Skype should also work) to speed up the acceptance and resolution process.
There is a workaround which we describe below, but the downside is that the text quality will be slightly lower in ALL browsers. Please note that Edge is a browser with a relatively low market share (1.99% of all devices and 4.32% of all desktop devices) and that this bug affects only recently updated versions. This information may affect the amount of time that you want to spend on updating your publications.
You can reconvert the text as PNG instead of SVG as follows, bypassing the bug in Edge.
- Open your project in FlippingBook Publisher and go to the 'Pages' tab.
- Click on any unselected page thumbnail, then press Ctrl+A to select all pages.
- Right-click on any pages. Select Import > Reconvert Page(s).
- Click on the small 'cogwheel' button to customize the import profile.
- Change the ‘Text layer format’ from Auto to PNG.
- Press 'OK' and then 'Start'.
The quality of the text will be slightly lower than extracting the text layer using the 'Auto' format (which creates the SVG image) but the text will have the correct font in the latest version of Edge.