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found this. hope it helps: FREE HELVETICA NEUE FONT FOR WINDOWS http://www.myfontfree.com/helveticaneueblack-myfontfreecom126f134131.htm Helvetica Neue LT Std font family contains 51 font https://www.azfonts.net/families/helveticaneuelt-std.html -m


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Adobe TypeKit uses @font-face to define the fonts. It actually uses Javascript to dynamically link the correct fonts using the best method for the browser and OS in question and fires custom Javascript events when your fonts are loaded for example, but the actual fonts themselves are eventually loaded in the same way as you would load your own custom web-...


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I found these two fonts that look like the google logo,if anyone is interested. https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontfont/cst-berlin-west/west-original-ot/ https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontfont/cst-berlin-west/west-original/


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I've been hunting for a good replacement for this. Open Sans, Source Sans Pro, and all the other popular sans-serif fonts on Google Fonts are really nothing like Avenir Next. Avenir Next is a thin font. I used this filtering on Google fonts to find similar thin sans-serif fonts. I found two: Heebo and Yantramanav. Using these with the Thin or Light style ...


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Check out Publica Sans from Facetype It has even more glyphs and stylistic alternates than ITC Avante Garde Gothic. http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/facetype/publica-sans/


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LUXI Mono ? Supposedly an open source alternative to Lucida Typewriter (serif)


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The title and the content of your post seem to be asking different questions: For an overview of the features in a given font, that information is almost always listed on the website you got the font from. There are also many free and paid apps for graphics, type-design, character maps, and font management (such as FontExplorer) that can show you this ...



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