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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 ...


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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 ...


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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. ...


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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


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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.


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No. If the font is not bundled, there is no need to license.



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