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Revision as of 09:43, 27 October 2017

A page of the Fonts Special Interest Group

a set of OpenType/CFF Japanese fonts

Description

Source Han Code JP is a derivative of Source Han Sans that replaces its proportional Latin glyphs with fixed-width 667-unit glyphs from Source Code Pro. The Latin glyphs are scaled to match the glyphs for Japanese kana and kanji, and their widths are adjusted to be exactly 667 units (two-thirds of an EM). Source Han Code JP is intended to be used as a UI font for mixed Latin and Japanese text on displays, for programming, editing HTML/CSS, viewing text or inputing to the command line in a terminal app, and so on.

Characteristics

Homepage Format & features License Review reference Koji page pkgdb page
https://github.com/adobe-fonts/source-han-code-jp OTF OFL 1506961


Style Faces Scripts
Sans Serif Other R B I BI Other Latin Greek Cyrillic Other
Variable Monospace Variable Monospace
Jpan

Caveats

Additional information

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