Liberation is the collective name of four TrueType font families: Liberation Sans, Liberation Sans Narrow, Liberation Serif, and Liberation Mono. These fonts are metrically compatible with the most popular fonts on the Microsoft Windows operating system and the Microsoft Office software package, for which Liberation is intended as a free substitute. The fonts are default in LibreOffice.
Croscore fonts – fonts which formed the basis for Liberation fonts.
Droid – a font family by the same font designer.
Gentium – an Open Font License font which defines roughly 1,500 glyphs covering almost all the range of Latin characters used worldwide.
Linux Libertine – another free software serif typeface with OpenType features support.
Nimbus Roman No. 9 L , Nimbus Sans L and Nimbus Mono L – another series of free software fonts also designed to be substituted for Times New Roman, Arial and Courier.
GNU FreeFont , derived from Nimbus, but with a better Unicode support.
Unified serif and sans-serif typeface families
Free software Unicode typefaces
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