Embedding Fonts into a WEB Page for mozilla browsers

I have successfully embedded a TT font into a web page using WEFT which creates an EOT file and it works in IE.  I need to make it work in Firefox/Opera/Safari.  Any ideas?
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There are things that MS does that are not industry standard and are not supported by tooling that follows standards (including FF).

An example is @font-face

Do you have to use the WEFT?


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LarideAuthor Commented:
No, I have used WEFT for IE but if you know of another product to create a file which can be used by FF/Mozilla  then I will use that - cost permitting. I can use JS or ASP to split style usage in the web page depending on browser.
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LarideAuthor Commented:
Eternal_Student: Thanks for the thought s (FLASH -yuk) but I'm really looking for something like WEFT but for FF/Mozilla. If it costs a few dollars thats OK. I need to reproduce the same sort of functionality as WEFT.
LarideAuthor Commented:
marklorenz: Thank you for your comment but you have simply re-iterated the substance of my understanding,  as stated in my question.
Laride -

Does this help?

Using Non-Embedded Decorative Fonts in Firefox

Not sure what the objection to sIFR is, but it is quite easy to implement, the text is not in flash format (IE, it IS selectable, copyable), and it is compatible with 90% of today's internet browsers.

What features are you looking for that WEFT has that sIFR can't deliver?
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