Adobe's open-source font program doesn't stem from a desire to provide freebies, but instead from a need to have fonts that meet the legal requirements to include with its growing number of open-source projects. Source Serif Pro perfectly represents Adobe's current strategy: it's an elegant, well-designed, and fairly complete font, but was created because it was essential to the business, and then tied to a company milestone by PR and marketing to drive Creative Cloud subscriptions. Download it with equal parts delight and cynicism.
Download it with equal parts delight and cynicism.
Source Serif Pro includes three weights -- regular, semibold, and bold -- the most popular ligatures, and both standard and old-style numerals. Latin alphabet only, at least for now.
Source Sans Pro is a set of OpenType fonts that have been designed to work well in user interface (UI) environments.
^There's no italic included-tomos (May 17, 2014, 05:11 AM)
^There's no italic included-tomos (May 17, 2014, 05:11 AM)Well, gosh, I can just select it and hit ctl-I if I need italics... -x16wda (May 17, 2014, 07:45 AM)
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