On Fri, Dec 31, 2021 at 1:08 AM Neal Becker <ndbecker2(a)gmail.com> wrote:
After seeing this proposal I tried playing with Noto Sans Mono. I
find that while it comes with many weights, none look right to me.
Language is English.
I'm testing in emacs. My usual default is Source code sans semibold
and I find that very pleasing. I also tried Dejavu Sans Mono
semibold, which looks very similar. But if I try Noto Sans Mono, no
weight looks right. Medium is too light, and the next weight,
semibold, is too heavy.
Thank you for the feedback. one question just comes to mind.
Do you see any difference when you try it again with a non-variable
font of Noto Sans Mono?
On Wed, Dec 29, 2021 at 9:59 PM Robert Marcano via devel
> On 12/29/21 2:20 PM, Neal Gompa wrote:
> > On Wed, Dec 29, 2021 at 12:27 PM Artem Tim <ego.cordatus(a)gmail.com>
> >> Cantarell current default UI font in GNOME (Workstation) will be replaced
by Noto font as well or remain?
> > The current plan is to keep Cantarell for now, though GNOME upstream
> > may decide to switch to Noto as KDE Plasma did years ago.
> Does Noto have the default font-variant-numeric as tabular-nums? (non
> proportional decimal digits) because it will be a welcomed change.
> The current default of Cantarell makes any number showing application a
> pain to style, specially on toolkits that use the system font but are
> unable to change font variants (Java Swing with GTK Look and Feel).
> Even GNOME applications aren't properly styled for number entry use
> cases. See for example Calculator where 111,111,111 looks like a smaller
> number than 99,999,999 when the are one on top of the other, because the
> font is proportional by default.
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