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SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE Version 1.1 - 26 February 2007
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Cantarell Regular | 391 Glyphs
Cantarell Oblique | 391 Glyphs
Cantarell Bold | 391 Glyphs
Cantarell BoldOblique | 391 Glyphs
From the readme:
The typeface is designed as a contemporary Humanist sans serif, and was developed for on-screen reading; in particular, reading web pages on an HTC Dream mobile phone .
That device runs Google Android , and therefore has a web browser supporting the exciting new web fonts feature known as @font-face . As my very first typeface design, the typeface has many faults, yet it achieves the goal of improving readability on this device.
Each font file currently contains 391 glyphs, and fully support the following writing systems: Basic Latin, Western European, Catalan, Baltic, Turkish, Central European, Dutch and Afrikaans. To date, Pan African Latin has only 33% glyph coverage.
Since the design is aimed at display on-screen at small sizes, the printed output (especially of the bold and oblique) may not work well. I hope to publish a set of fonts tuned to the needs of printing in the future.
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