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I have not tried this myself, but you should be able to use two (or more) fonts, one that contained part of the glyphs, and another one with the rest. So say you have FontA which has characters 1-30,000, and FontB, which has 30,001 to 70,000 You specify in your css a font stack: body{ font-family: FontA, FontB, sans-serif; } And if a character is not ...


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Liberation Sans has some similarities to Corbel. You can find it on Font Squirrel and there are four styles (regular, italic, bold & bold-italic): http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/Liberation-Sans


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This is a good question the GUI has no indication on what that means. However your hunch that its size in compressed KB does seem to be quite close. I would tip this is the correct answer. How do i reach this conclusion? Well if I unpack 2 fonts and save them and zip the result I get windows to say that the two fonts zipped use up: 119 KB versus Google's ...


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While searching for something entirely different in the Arial MS Unicode glyph set in Adobe InDesign, I came across this section: This shows that there is a dedicated set of Unicode Code points for the control characters, and indeed looking it up on Unicode.org you can find them in code block U+2400. This gives you a Unicode code point to look for in a ...


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First of all, how is a font more than the sum of its glyphs? Kerning is the adjustment of the spacing between letters depending on the letters. For example, in a standard roman typeface, there is too much space between V and A without individual adjustment: Nowadays, kerning dose not have to be done individually for each glyph pair, but can be done more ...



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