I need to design sites in the Japanese language. Because there are a couple thousand characters in Japanese, web fonts that include all those characters don’t exist because they would be too large to download. In SoftPress Freeway it’s easy to get around this because I can directly edit the font family and type in local font names like Osaka (an old MacOS Japanese font) or Heisei Kaku Gothic (a modern MacOS Japanese font) or Meiryo (a modern Japanese font on Windows). I can even type on bold variants of those fonts to make the text appear more bold (assuming the end user viewing my site has the fonts, which is likely the case). But I cannot figure out how to accomplish this very important task in Blocs.
Blocs is clearly aimed at an audience that use English and similar “roman” fonts that have very few letters and therefore web fonts exist. But again, Japanese web fonts (completely ones, not just Katakana) don’t exist, so I need to manually type in local font names. Most everyone coming to our site either uses Windows or MacOS, so my manually built font-family works great. I have years of experience with that in Freeway, so I know that. But how do I do this in Blocs?