sega — 2012-01-28T02:49:25-05:00 — #1
paulob — 2012-01-29T13:38:19-05:00 — #2
I'm not sure what the question is exactly but [cufon uses JS, [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canvas_element"]canvas](http://cameronmoll.com/archives/2009/03/cufon_font_embedding/) and VML to basically draw a font on the page.
These days embedding a font with @font-face is a better option if you need a non standard font.
sega — 2012-01-29T14:17:03-05:00 — #3
I've read the webpage, it helped a lot. I've never used cufon font replacement. I use typekit for my non-standard fonts. I think I might have missed the train and there is no longer a need for me to know about cufon font replacement.
paulob — 2012-01-29T14:56:57-05:00 — #4
Yes, I've never actually used cufon and the fact that you can't copy and paste text with it makes it only useful for small headings etc. @font-face is a better option these days if non standard fonts are required.