Adobe Partners With Google To Release Open-Source Font For Chinese, Japanese And Korean Languages

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sketch Adobe and Google today announced the launch of a new open-source font for Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) languages that covers 65,535 glyphs, making it one — if not the — largest font to cover these languages. The font, which was optimized for both print and screen, is now available for free through Google Fonts and through Adobe’s TypeKit, where it is included in the… Read More