I have a intranet web project that uses some of the Google Web fonts. However, they often load slowly so the whole website loading is delayed. I wanted to download the fonts to my Web server, but Google allows me to download TTF only which does not work in the browser. I converted the fonts to WOFF using some online converter, but they started to look ugly and pixelized, obviously the converter did a poor job.
It is probable that the fonts can be downloaded directly from the stylesheet (pasted below), but I don't have the time to download and check each font again.
So your job is to get the stylesheet, download all WOFF / EOT fonts, and create a stylesheet where all the downloaded fonts are referenced locally.
@import url([url removed, login to view]+Pro:400,700|Basic|Duru+Sans|Inder|Istok+Web:400,700,400italic,700italic|News+Cycle:400,700|Open+Sans:400,400italic,700,700italic|PT+Sans:400,400italic,700,700italic|Source+Sans+Pro:400,400italic,700,700italic|Ubuntu:400,400italic,700&subset=latin,greek,latin-ext,cyrillic);