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Old 11-25-2019, 09:22 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by droopy View Post
Based on what I've read about the Lexend font, it is a most readable font.

I have been using Lexend as my default font on my ereader until someone pointed out that it doesn't have bold or italics versions. Unfortunately the font creator didn't create a bold or italics version of the font, not is it a priority for him.

So, fellow readers, what is the second-best readable font? I want to use a font that has been trialled and put tot the test the way Lexend has? What do you all propose?
Comic Sans ?

Seriously, what I call readable would bring a rant from Jon. What he likes, might be hated by others.
Readable is dependent on multiple factors: display tech is one, USER vision is another. I am down to 1 eye. Contrast and line spacing are important. Sans or Serif, not so much. YMMV
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