A free font, HyperLegible from the Braille institue. brailleinstitute.org/freefont for those with poor vision and to be unambiguous


@celia @emacsomancer @peregrine It's a libre font though... maybe more can happen with it still!

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@celia @emacsomancer @peregrine I don't really know much myself... I hear font work is kind of a craft of its own, but there *are* people who work on libre fonts!

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I'm no expert myself either. But I know that though there are some automated ways of creating new fonts/weights/styles, usually (if you want it to look good/be legible) there's a lot of manual work required.
@cwebber The Noto fonts, which have massive glyph coverage, are also licensed under the SIL Open Font Licence. Those could be a good basis for endeavours like these, I would think.

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