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Hack web fonts (transitional package for fonts-hack)
No frills. No gimmicks. Hack is hand groomed and optically balanced to be a workhorse face for code. . It has deep roots in the libre, open source typeface community and expands upon the contributions of the Bitstream Vera & DejaVu projects. The face has been re-designed with a larger glyph set, modifications of the original glyph shapes (including distinct point styles and semi-bold punctuation weight in the regular set to make analphabetic characters less transparent), and meticulous attention to metrics (including numerous spacing adjustments to improve the rhythm of the face and the legibility of code at small text sizes). The large x-height + wide aperture + low contrast design combined with PostScript hinting/hint replacement programs and a TrueType instruction set make it highly legible at commonly used source code text sizes with a sweet spot that runs in the 8px - 12px range on modern desktop and laptop monitors. . This package contains the WOFF, WOFF2 and SVG fonts.
Japanese TrueType font from Vine Linux
VL Gothic is beautiful Japanese free Gothic TrueType font, developed by Project Vine. . It is based on Sazanami Gothic (by Electronic Font Open Laboratory) and M+1C/M+1M font (by M+ FONTS PROJECT).
modified Konatu and M+ fonts, Komatuna
Komatuna font is based on two font families - Kanji for Konatu font and Alphabet/Hiragana/Katakana and Full width alphabet for M+ fonts. . It consists of * Komatuna * Komatuna P
Fonts with the same metrics as Times, Arial and Courier
A set of serif, sans-serif and monospaced fonts from Red Hat with exactly the same metrics as the (non-free) Microsoft Times, Arial and Courier fonts, which implies those fonts can serve as a drop-in replacement. The font family is named Liberation.
M+ sans serif fonts with different weights
This is a collection of sans serif fonts with different weights, including Japanese glyphs. . All fonts were completed with Basic Latin, Latin-1 Supplement, and Latin Extended-A. And most of extended glyphs and symbols were prepared too. So the fonts are in conformity with ISO-8859-1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, windows-1252, and T1 encoding. . In addition, proportional M+ P Type-1 and M+ P Type-2 fonts were completed with Latin Extended-B, Latin Extended Additional, and ISO-8859-5. And many Greek, Cyrillic, IPA Extensions glyphs, and symbols were expanded. Those additional glyphs are included in M+ C provisionality.
ANSI font readable by the computers of the 1960s
This font was developed by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to be readable by the computers of the 1960s. The OCR-A font is still used commercially in payment advice forms so that a lockbox company can determine the account number and amount owed on a bill when processing a payment. A site license for the OCR-A font is very expensive, so this free font was created.