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  • Firefox now supports variable fonts and Mozilla published a guide

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    “Variable fonts are an evolution of the OpenType font specification that enables many different variations of a typeface to be incorporated into a single file, rather than having a separate font file for every width, weight, or style …”

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    I’m so pleased this got listed - I worked hard to make it as complete as possible, and have been continuing to work with the W3C and browser teams with issues that have come up. Support across browsers is really quite good now. 

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