On 05/06/2010 09:23 PM, William Jon McCann wrote:
Yeah. In GNOME 3 we only want to have one UI font that covers the
existing Desktop, Application, and Window Title font configurations.
For this our current favorite (of the free and easy category) is Droid
Sans. For the Document font I'm not really sure where we use this
right now but might Liberation Sans be a better default choice for
document text than DejaVu? It was designed to closely match the
details of another popular document font - in fact iirc by the same
designer/hinter as Droid.
From my point of view, Liberation is a poor default choice for document
text since it lacks some important glyphs for East European languages
), here DejaVu is the
In the mean time I looked closely at Droid Sans, and neither it has full
coverage, missing just one important (for Romanian language) glyph, "ț".
nicu :: http://nicubunu.ro