Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/189260/download-the-official-adobe-source-serif-sans-and-code-pro-family-of-fonts/
Are you looking for a beautiful, smooth looking set of fonts to use on to your favorite operating system? Then you should definitely take a look at the Source Pro family of fonts from Adobe! The fonts are available in Serif, Sans, and Code (monospace) varieties and are free to download.
How are these installed? I'm on Windows 8.1, and most of the font files Windows doesn't recognize. I was able to install some of the SourceSerifPro fonts, but I'd really like to use the Code fonts.
@garettmd - I selected all the fonts I wanted to install, right clicked on them, and then selected 'Install' from the context menu. I made sure to go with all the .ttf files (rather than the .otf ones) when I did install the fonts. ^_^
Sadly another set of fonts with incomplete unicode support
In browsers it works fine, barely anywhere else. And no, the equation makes no sense, it just uses some of the math symbols I find to often not be supported.
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