Your favourite font for KDE/Plasma, and why? My daily driver is SF Pro.

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  • inter

    The Inter font family . Issue is closed as invalid because the problem doesn't occur in macos.

  • Iosevka

    Versatile typeface for code, from code.

    I use Iosevka globally, but have been looking for something else to mix things up a little

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  • opendyslexic

    OpenDyslexic, a typeface that uses typeface shapes & features to help offset some visual symptoms of Dyslexia. Now in SIL-OFL.

    Try out open dyslexic font and see if that one helps you too.

  • San-Francisco-family

    All the fonts in San Francisco family font, developed by Apple. Including new serif fonts found in the Book app on iOS 12.

  • fontconfig-emoji

    Emoji prioritization rules

    tl;dr: None of this is Inter's fault. The system must be configured to prioritize graphical emoji in cases where no variation selector is specified if that's the behavior you want. This github repo may help.

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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