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On 06/11/2017 11:33 PM, toki wrote:
On 06/10/2017 05:18 PM, charles meyer wrote:

I'm looking for your experienced suggestions of which font(s) have you found to be most clearly 
What language?
What writing system?
Used where?
For what type of content?

 From my perspective, there is no such thing as a legible font for
writing Afrikaans, when using either the Arabic or the Latin writing system.

For everything other than Hebrew, Greek, and English, I use Google's (or
is it Alphabet's?) NoTo font family. Their primary, if not only virtue,
is that it is pan-Unicode.


I installed NoTo on one of my laptops.

There are 36 .otf and .ttf files in my .font folder. It "feels" like twice as many as I scroll through them within Writers font list drop-down. I may just archive them, or part of the list depending on which ones are OK for my needs.

As I was told years ago, select the look-and-feel of a document geared for the specific readers. Actually, I even have some fonts archived that are designed for readers with Dyslexia.

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