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On 10/08/2016 05:42 PM, Francisco Adrián Sánchez wrote:
Wait, this isn't exactly true: Noto is almost the same as Open Sans
except the "g" character (Open sans has the curly one, and Noto the
"grotesk" one). Of corse, Open Sans is based on Droid but is not the
same: the first one is wider while Droid Sans was though for cellphone
interfaces, so it's quite narrow. Also, Droid Sans doesn't have italics.

In the context of Arabic fonts, Noto duplicated the droid fonts and added hinting to it. You are speaking about the Latin fonts. :D

The ones that seem to be basically the same are the serif counterparts.




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