on CNET that Google and Adobe join forces in order to bring all systems ‘Unix-like’ a better representation of fonts on the screen. In other words, FreeType was falling behind quite some time.
The contribution comes on the heels of Adobe and its CFF (Compact Font Format), a new method for FreeType raster which among other benefits decreases the size of the font files, although the point key is the improvement achieved in the display fonts, especially in fidelity in their representation, sizes and placement, among others.
Of course, this is an Open Source development which are excited in Google. I implemented into the Linux-based operating systems (Android and Chrome OS) in the future, as for now the code is in beta , only suitable for testing.
Great news, no doubt. Just need to wait for the breakthrough development and distributions are made to the improvement that we, the users, to enjoy.yarpp-related-none” class=”yarpp-related
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