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Font Card

Family:Nobile-bold-italic
Style:Bold
File(s):
/usr/share/fonts/truetype/nobile_bold_italic.ttf
Scripts (most covered):
Latin (9.3%)

Specimen

Specimen for Nobile-bold-italic Bold (Latin script).

Software Package Information

Name:google-nobile-fonts1 Click Install
Version:1.0.38
Url:http://code.google.com/webfonts/family?family=Nobile
License:OFL-1.1
Description:"Nobile" is designed to work with the technologies of digital screens and handheld devices without losing the distinctive look more usually found in fonts designed for printing. Going back to William Morris's baseline "Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful", the aim was to design a font that could function well, have good legibility on screen yet also be good loooking, not only at larger display sizes but also right down to small text sizes. Designer: Vernon Adams

Shape and Spacing

Slant:italic
Weight:bold (200)
Width:normal (100)
Scalable:yes
TrueType Tables:
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Rendering Algorithms

Antialias:yes
Hinting:yes
Force autohint:yes
Hintstyle:hintslight (1)
Subpixel layout:rgb
LCD filter:lcddefault
Available Bitmap Strikes:none

Supported Languages

| aa | an | ay |
| bi | br |
| ch | co |
| da | de |
| en | es | eu |
| fil | fj | fo | fr | fur | fy |
| gd | gl | gv |
| ho | ht |
| ia | id | ie | io | is | it |
| jv |
| kj | kwm |
| lb | li |
| mg | ms |
| nb | nds | ng | nl | nn | no | nr |
| oc | om |
| pap-an | pap-aw | pt |
| rm | rn | rw |
| sc | sg | sma | smj | sn | so | sq | ss | st | su | sv | sw |
| tl | ts |
| uz |
| vo |
| wa |
| xh |
| yap |
| za | zu |

Character Set

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[+] Basic Latin (U+00000 - U+0007F)
[+] Latin-1 Supplement (U+00080 - U+000FF)
[+] Latin Extended-A (U+00100 - U+0017F)
[+] Spacing Modifier Letters (U+002B0 - U+002FF)
[+] General Punctuation (U+02000 - U+0206F)
[+] Currency Symbols (U+020A0 - U+020CF)
[+] Letterlike Symbols (U+02100 - U+0214F)