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I've also noticed The Latin Modern fonts are not installed to OS X with the MacTeX2015 distibution. The LM fonts (also the math font) are installed in the tex distribution under: /usr/local/texlive/2015/texmf-dist/fonts/opentype/public/lm and /usr/local/texlive/2015/texmf-dist/fonts/opentype/public/lm-math To use these font's throughout OS X there is no ...
When you have a developer account, you can download the font at https://developer.apple.com/fonts/ and install them on your system (using the font book app). Now Sketch is satisfied and it won't give you any warnings about the missing San Francisco font. EDIT: Now I see you don't have a developer account and asked for a way around this. Anyway, for ...
It is a good idea to check whether the monitor in question is already using RGB before the above is attempted as it may not achieve any benefit. To check: Utilities/System Information->Displays and look to see if it is using RGB (You can also check in System Preferences->Displays-> Color->Open Profile->Header->Space) if so then your problem lies elsewhere. ...
It's an official bug, yes. It seems to be solely happening with Merriweather Sans. Maybe someone at Apple or on the east coast decided to protest the name of the font? ;) Seriously, an update is in the works, and someone here suggests a work-around. https://github.com/google/fonts/issues/184
This is probably a problem with Safari font rendering engine with Merriweather Sans font. It has something to do with ligature I suppose. You can check typecast.com and see that when You insert fi it automatically is changed to if as You type.
No. If the font is not bundled, there is no need to license.
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