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On 2/21/23 1:33 PM, Cristian Secară wrote:
În data de Tue, 21 Feb 2023 17:25:56 +0000, toki a scris:

Why not choose from SIL fonts ? Their i18n support is comprehensive
(and font quality is awesome).
Right, but – at least at first glance – their license looks permisive enough [1]. One should check 
this on the specific font of interest, though.

SIL's Gentium font is already distributed with LibreOffice. If the
preference is a non-serif font, then SIL's Andika font might be
appropriate. They like to use that one for primary education readers, so
I expect it has very good coverage.


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