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I have searched the forum and the internet and can't locate any discussions on the problem I am having. Why are the special Polish characters bold?
I need more info on how to stabilize my blog post creation because when I am sent documents in Word from Poland I routinely have to spend tons of time trying to fix formatting problems. Please clue me into what might be obvious to more seasoned users of WordPress, so that I can avoid the time waste. I have tried copying the content from word to TextEdit to remove all formatting and then paste into the TEXT editor in WordPress. Apparently I am still not implementing a critical step.
Here is an example of one such problem: https://polishjewsreviving.org/pesach-maca-wiosna-i-wolnosc/https://polishjewsreviving.org
Try to add 'Latin extended' support:
<link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Raleway&subset=latin-ext" rel="stylesheet">
If it doesn't work you'll have to change the Raleway typeface for one that supports Polish characters.
Sorry, I've seen you already enqueued Raleway with Latin Extended characters. So you need to use another typeface.
I tested locally and it works. Try the solution in my first post
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