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Research Officer, Prosper Australia


May
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comment Is there a free 'Helvetica Neue' alternative?
Yes, I've used Liberation Sans and TeXGyreHeros (mentioned in Capiedge's answer). Note that Google's web font "Arimo" is identical to Liberation Sans: graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/a/9054/9127
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revised Typography combination for Georgia
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Nov
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revised Popular serif and sans-serif browser compatible font combinations?
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Nov
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revised Which font looks great with Georgia? where Georgia is the body font
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Nov
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revised Sans-Serif font suggestions for small (11pt), bold, uppercase heading text
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revised Helvetica Neue Equivalent on Google Fonts?
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revised Helvetica Neue Equivalent on Google Fonts?
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revised Helvetica Neue Equivalent on Google Fonts?
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revised Helvetica Neue Equivalent on Google Fonts?
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Jan
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comment Why is text on microsoft site not smooth in non-IE browser?
Further to yisela's answer: Liberation Sans doesn't seem to be on FontSquirrel; but "Arimo" from Google Web Fonts is identical to Liberation Sans, and effectively makes Liberation Sans available to users who don't have it installed on their machines.