On 22/02/2023 09:20, Mike Saunders wrote:
On 21.02.23 18:36, toki wrote:
Have branding guidelines for each writing system.
That sounds like the best option, with Noto Sans as a fallback that should work in most cases.
I was referring to the entire NoTo family, not Noto Sans in specific.
By way of example, if there isn't a designated font for content written
in, for example, Cherokee, then use NotoSansCherokee-Regular.ttf.
That leaves content written in the hundred or so writing systems that
NoTo doesn't cover, without a specific font. We can cross that bridge
when, we get to it. (My guess is that we'll see a team creating
dictionaries, and related tools, before a font for LibO branding is needed.)
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