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  • Variable fonts | Definition and Translations

    An OpenType variable font is one in which the equivalent of multiple individual fonts can be compactly packaged within a single font file. This is done by defining variations within the font, which constitute a single- or multi-axis design space within which many font instances can be interpolated.

     

    French: Fonte variable
    Polish: fonty wariatywne
    Russian: вариативные шрифты
    Spanish: fuentes variables
    Turkish: Değişken Yazıtipi

    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
    Contributors: Xavier Álvarez Alexis B. Przemysław Sakrajda tipografi



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