I know that iOS can handle “custom” fonts but everything I’ve read suggests these have to come from the App Store. Is this effectively a technical limitation for Scrivener as well, or is there a chance we’ll get the ability to add truly custom fonts?
My own use case is way off the edge, unfortunately. I have a font that I created that I need for a project. I am able to use it on MacOS and Windows, but of course it doesn’t appear on Scrivener for iOS and whenever I edit a document that has this font in it, when I get back to the Mac or the WinPC, that font has been replaced with a generic one.
If truly custom fonts are not a possibility, is there a way to have Scrivener on iOS/iPadOS “fall back” to a position where it doesn’t obliterate the font entirely, simply uses a placeholder font without replacing the font information in the saved document?