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  1. Bud Kraus
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    Great plugin especially for the font-challenged. Could not be easy to use. Good luck with it!

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  2. Lucas Pelton
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    Any confirmation that this isn’t a clever trojan horse scheme? A private (and anonymous, to boot) non-directory plugin requires a lot of trust. Have you looked into the source code to make sure we’re not getting pwned?

    legit concern, not being facetious.

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  3. Katherine Donahue
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    Thanks Justin for this plugin. I installed it and it is indeed great for a font challenged person like me as Bud Kraus said. LOL. Too many choices are not always great as it causes too much stress in trying to select the right combination. By removing most of the guesswork it also makes the job of font selection simple.

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  4. Alan Levine
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    I was intrigued and had fun seeing the combos in the customizer. It would have been nice too for those who like to know if it informed you of the fonts used.

    It did work when published on my 2 test sites, wondering if it is because both were child themes (wild guessing) or it is the parent themes I have (one site is a child of an old version of Cover https://wordpress.org/themes/cover/ and the others a child of Anders Noren’s Radcliffe)

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