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2012/4/29 Stefan Knorr (Astron) <>

Hi Tor,

But is it more politically correct?

In the open-source context? Maybe, then again, it is a blatant copy of
the Adobe's Myriad font (whose most famous current user is probably

Also, Helvetica has far more copies and some are far better than the
original (in terms of glyph coverage). FreeSans for instance, ships in
nearly every Linux distro.

Use FreeSans instead of Helvetica, then. :)

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