I just discovered the oddest thing. I started a new blog this week (for personal things), and when I accessed it from my Galaxy Note II through the Blogger application, it still refused to show the fonts that I embedded
on the page. However, when I clicked on the link to "view web version," it displayed all of the embedded fonts beautifully - including both polytonic Greek and Paleo-Hebrew!
I've attached an image so that you can see.
So, if Blogger can somehow access the embedded fonts, why can none of the browsers do the same thing? I've tried it with Opera, Chrome and the native Android browser. I'll be downloading other browsers to try them, too.
It is so frustrating that (1) Android doesn't supply support the Unicode platform and (2) when it does support it, the fonts have to be embedded on the page (through CSS). Give us a break already!
Jason A. Hare