On 11/05/2013 02:55 PM, NoOp wrote:
On 11/05/2013 11:29 AM, NoOp wrote:
Another similar (I've not compared for EN spacing etc):
Note: it's important to compare/modify font spacing when substitute
fonts. They may look the same character-by-character, but character
spacing can make quite a difference in line length/height etc. That's
primarily why a college course, publisher, et al require exact fonts.
Sorry, forgot to add that you can scale FreeSans 10 pretty close to
Format|Character|Position|Rotation/Scaling|Scale width: 111%
If you have access to Humanist fonts [521, 777, 970], they make a good
substitute for Calibri, but they may be just slightly taller. They have
"Light" versions that can be used.
Any good Humanist style of font might work, if you cannot get Calibri
Light working properly.
Actually there a a lot of great looking fonts out there that are free,
but sometimes you might have a "paid" font installed by some package
already that could work for you. Since Calibri is a "humanist font" I
would look at any of them first.
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