In the past couple of days, Google Chrome has automatically updated their browser, causing a lot of things to break — and most importantly, they’ve completely re-imagined fonts. Some fonts are now oddly spaced and don’t fit correctly on lines anymore (for example, Calibri) and others are completely and 100% broken (for example, FinkHeavy from my #16 Turning a New Leaf theme). Also, as many of you can see, the symbols at the bottoms of posts in all retired themes no longer work and now appear to be letters.
Unless Google Chrome decides to release a new update to fix this problem, I don’t know if I can do anything to fix this problem. I have yet to find a good way to use fonts that aren’t hosted on Google Fonts. Now that I’m in college, I don’t have the time to go back and fix all of my retired themes, so right now I’m just hoping and praying that Chrome updates again.
I’m so sorry for the inconvenience, everyone. I’ll post another update on here if anything changes, but until then, let’s all internally hate Google Chrome for sucking all the fun out of everything. —Rachael
If you have themes 2, 6, 7, 8, or 13-18, and you haven’t re-installed your theme since May of 2014 or earlier, I suggest you re-install your theme. This also goes for anyone who has theme 20 if you haven’t re-installed since July of 2014 or earlier. There have been revamps and bug updates for those themes; re-installing should not alter any of the customization you’ve added to the Theme Options. If you re-install your theme, you’ll probably have a better experience using it.
Now, as for theme 19 and 21, I suggest you re-install no matter when you installed your theme. I just fixed large bugs in both of those themes today and it is vital that you re-install the theme to avoid problems. Obviously, I can’t force any of you to re-install if you don’t want to, but I’d really appreciate it if you did so I don’t have any buggy themes sitting out there on Tumblr. Thank you all for your cooperation!! —Rachael