Hi there! Could you clarify what you mean by 'gold and metallic' fonts?
Do you mean text in gold or metallic color/style or a particular 'metallic-looking' font?
While we don't have Google Fonts integration, we've added other ways to include more font options in Post.
1. Integration with Adobe Fonts/Typekit. If you are a Spark Premium member, you'll have access to the full library of over 1600+ fonts. Free users will still have access to the basic library.
2. For Spark Premium users, you can upload your own custom fonts on the brand manager on spark.adobe.com
Hi there! You should be able to add your own font at spark.adobe.com if you have access to Spark Premium features. See here for instructions: https://blog.adobespark.com/2018/06/26/how-to-add-your-own-fonts-for-branded-content-that-is-just-your-type/
Hi there! The team's aware of the issue and is actively investigating it. We'll be releasing an update (version 0.35) to the Google Play Store today and it should hopefully resolve the slowness. If that still doesn't help, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can work with you 1:1 to get to the bottom of it. Thanks!
Hi there! What kind of product images are you referring to? Could you please provide an example? Thanks!
Thanks for reporting the issue, Chris!
Could you provide some screenshots and more detail to email@example.com? Could you clarify what you mean by 'doesn't load the template info'? Does it mean the template feed isn't loading or you cannot remix a particular template?
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I understand what you are asking for. Here is a workaround.
If you are using the Web version of Post:
1. Click on your text box.
2. Click on "Shape" in the panel on the right.
3. Click the the shape that is 3rd from the top, in the first column. (It's a square with an "abc" in the middle.) This is a "fill canvas shape". Note: If you click on a shape multiple times, it cycles through different options for the text — None, Cutout, Cutout with Outline, then back to None.
4. Click "Done".
5. Click on "Opacity" in the panel on the right, and adjust the opacity to screen back the background image(s).
6. Click on Color in the panel on the right if you need to change the color of the shape behind the text.
Great suggestion, to allow the Opacity slider value to be set to 0%. That said, it sounds like you have a backing shape added to your text, and that you are trying to "remove it" by lowering the opacity. If that is what you are trying to accomplish, select your text that has the backing shape, then choose Shape, then choose the first option. It's the first "abc" icon under Basic, which means "no backing shape".