Ask questionsChanging font family can result in "multiple" for font weight
Sometimes when changing the font family, "multiple" is shown as the font weight even if multiple font weights haven't been defined within the text.
It might be that the new font family doesn't have the font weight assigned and that causes it but this needs verifying. <!-- A clear and concise description of what the bug is. -->
Display the closest available font weight? TBD by UX
Note: whatever is chosen should be displayed in the design panel and also for the text itself, too -- meaning applying it to the element content. <!-- Please describe clearly and concisely what the expected behaviour should be. -->
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My vote goes to allowing 'faux bold' (system level bolding) as fallback for when there's no bold variant.
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