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Variable Fonts provides more variants with less resources. Users can choose one of weights and widths (in this case, not limited and depending on an implimentation in general) within the certain ranges instead of selecting one from the value prepared with huge resources in advance.
Hi @tagoh, I've prepared a release note to announce the variable Noto fonts in F31. Could you please review my draft? It's formatted with AsciiDoc:
.Noto fonts are now variable by default
The Noto font family is designed to cover all languages defined in the Unicode standard. It is currently the default font family for the Sinhala language in Fedora.
With this release, the Noto fonts switch to using the variable version by default. Variable fonts encode multiple font variations in a single OpenType font (OTF) file. As a result, the variable fonts have the following advantages:
* They significantly save disk space.
* They enable applications that support OTF to provide font variation options in the user interface.
That looks good to me. Thank you!
Fixed in #405.
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