I’ve just embarked on the same silly adventure.

Yeah. It’s nuts to have to do that for every user. I haven’t fooled with it but take a look at PhantomJS 2.0 (This was written for 1.9, which is still standard for many applications since binaries for Linux aren’t available yet) — I hear it supports WOFF, which means web fonts and potentially Google Fonts API with a little leg work.

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