Hello, Hukka. I remain a satisfied "customer" with custom CSS to ensure that many web sites are delivered in my custom font, and a second font that resembles Eurostile/Microgramma. However, I now want to control the printed page in as much detail as you have let me control the screen. Unfortunately, neither the HP LaserJet 4M nor the Epson NX105 inkjet are cooperating. Most applications replace the FON files I specify with a similar (serif or sans-serif) TrueType font; Mozilla (v3.0.8) gets the fonts right but gets the font width table wrong or prints the wrong characters. It is only on a very old Panasonic dot-matrix printer (or using a bitmap image as a medium) that my FON files render correctly on paper.
It's not at all a problem with Fony, but perhaps you or other users have solutions or work-arounds.
FYI, this bug went away on the one font where it was occurring when I clicked on "Windows 2x format" under "Preferences".
Am still having a rendering problem under Mozilla 3.0.8, as print-outs select a larger font than the displayed font, and a goofy font width table. Not sure this relates to Fony at all. It may also be that the dots-per-inch that Fony is using does not match the inch metric that Mozilla is using.
It is peculiar that the list in the Fonts pull-down menu, in parentheses, gives the "Height (pixels)" I have given, rather than the "point size" by which I refer to the font in the outside world.