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  2. Font Library - Wikipedia

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    Font Library. The Font Library (originally called the Open Font Library) is a project devoted to hosting and encouraging the creation of fonts released under Free Licenses. [3] It is a sister project to Openclipart [1] [2] [4] and hosts over 6000 fonts from over 250 contributors. [5] These are intended to be downloaded, remixed and shared freely.

  3. Open-source Unicode typefaces - Wikipedia

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    The Free UCS Outline Fonts [1] (also known as freefont) is a font collection project. The project was started by Primož Peterlin and is currently administered by Steve White. The aim of this project has been to produce a package of fonts by collecting existing free fonts and special donations, to support as many Unicode characters as possible.

  4. GNU FreeFont - Wikipedia

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    GPL-3.0-or-later with Font-exception-2.0. GNU FreeFont (also known as Free UCS Outline Fonts) is a family of free OpenType, TrueType and WOFF vector fonts, implementing as much of the Universal Character Set (UCS) as possible, aside from the very large CJK Asian character set. The project was initiated in 2002 by Primož Peterlin and is now ...

  5. Google Fonts - Wikipedia

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    Google Fonts. Google Fonts (formerly known as Google Web Fonts) is a computer font and web font service owned by Google. This includes free and open source font families, an interactive web directory for browsing the library, and APIs for using the fonts via CSS [2] and Android. [3] Google Fonts is also used with Google Workspace software such ...

  6. Frutiger (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    This is a serif font family designed by Adrian Frutiger and Akira Kobayashi. It is a re-envisioning of the metal type version of Meridien, a typeface first released by Deberny & Peignot during the 1950s. The family consists of roman and italic fonts in five weights and two widths each.

  7. Arial - Wikipedia

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    Arial. Arial (also called Arial MT) is a sans-serif typeface and set of computer fonts in the neo-grotesque style. Fonts from the Arial family are included with all versions of Microsoft Windows after Windows 3.1, as well as in other Microsoft programs, [2] Apple's macOS, [3] and many PostScript 3 printers.

  8. Lato (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    SIL Open Font License [2] Website. www .latofonts .com /lato-free-fonts /. Latest release version. 3.100.dev2. Lato is a humanist sans-serif typeface designed by Łukasz Dziedzic. It was released in 2010. [3] The name " Lato " is Polish for "summer". [4] Lato was published under the open-source Open Font License.

  9. Comic Sans - Wikipedia

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    Comic Sans MS (also known by its most common name Comic Sans) is a sans-serif typeface designed by Vincent Connare and released in 1994 by Microsoft Corporation.It is a non-connecting script inspired by comic book lettering, intended for use in cartoon speech bubbles, as well as in other casual environments, such as informal documents and children's materials.