I was working on a site that the designer would, given total typographic freedom, use Gill Sans Light on. I figure why not just specify it as the first choice, then leave some more common sans-serif fallbacks for the large majority of people who don't have it installed. No harm in that. Except I realized after wondering why the site was previewing drastically different in Safari and Camino that, while Camino recognizes "Gill Sans Light" as the light variant of Gill Sans, Safari treats it as if it were its own font, which of course doesn't exist, so it uses the next fallback. Now, I can specify "Gill Sans", which Safari (and Camino) does recognize, but I can't figure out any way to specify the Light variant of it--font-weight: light, font-weight: lighter, font-style: light, etc don't do anything. Is there something obvious I'm missing here? How do I get Safari to use the light version?