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Old 12-17-2019, 11:44 PM   #21
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If you're looking for some free open-source fonts that were designed in mind for screens (though not necessarily eink displays specifically) rather than solely for print, the Readium project did some testing for their work and offer some suggestions. Many fonts that have been recommended multiple times in the past such as Bitter and Literata made their list. It's a good basis for suggestions, if you don't want to spend money on commercial fonts.

https://readium.org/readium-css/docs...bre_fonts.html

Note that in many instances, they'll link to the Google font page, but you may be able to get updated versions with more fixes or glyph support if you go directly to the font's project website and/or GitHub page. For example, Bitter's website (and its Google Fonts page) is serving an older version; the version found on their GitHub page is a couple of years newer and has added support for Cyrillic and Vietnamese.

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