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  • Introducing Source Serif 2.0

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    “The work on this release has been a long time coming, and represents a major step forward.”

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    Nice overview (still waiting for the italics, though).

    I’m curios about Adobe’s apparent preference for extended slash on the slashed zero (also seen in sans serif typefaces):

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    It’s a mathematicians vs coders thing?

    (I myself still think that a counter-slashed zero is the best design choice for unambiguousness.)

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