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In December the Lato family was published under the open-source Open Font License by his foundry tyPoland, with support from Google.


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Lato is a humanist sans-serif typeface designed by Łukasz Dziedzic. It was released in The name "Lato" is Polish for "summer". As of August , Lato is used on more than million websites, and is the third most served font on Google Fonts, with over one billion views becoming the third most used web font after Google's own Roboto and Open.


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The Lato subfolder contains webfonts with the complete character set (− KB The older version () of the Lato font family is available on Google Fonts.


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Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It just makes my site look stretched and ugly here and it's mildy disturbing! Safari is still rendering those point sizes incorrectly. I also checked on another, non-retina Mac running Sierra and Safari 12 on the same network, and that also shows the stretched Lato. Featured on Meta. Ok, I've hosted and served the fonts locally, and there's no change in behaviour. Thanks for the reply and for checking - yes, I'm not worried about the minor kerning differences. It's really strange. Sign up using Email and Password. Sign up using Facebook. It also behaves the same whether my site is served from my web host, or whether it's served from my local dev host. Really strange. Post as a guest Name. New post lock available on meta sites: Policy Lock. Anyone have an idea of what's going on here? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Stack Overflow for Teams is a private, secure spot for you and your coworkers to find and share information. But it's obviously not incapable of doing it, as they are rendered correctly in Safari on Google's on web fonts page. The behaviour is the same using font-face which is all the Google font api is returning anyway - a list of font-face declarations loading the fonts from fonts. I've been playing with whatever aliasing, subpixel rendering, font smoothing options I can but nothing is changing the rendering of Lato to make it look as expected in Safari. Related Hot Network Questions. Asked 1 month ago. This would declare the source src of the used font file directly and would allow you to circumvent the possibility of the browser choosing a second version of a font from a long-forgotten file. Question feed. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Below is a representative stripped down code HTML example that demonstrates the differences, along with a graphic with the text overlaid so you can more easily see the differences. Viewed 62 times. Watch, for example the "14px" text and observe the vertical stretching going on. The Overflow Blog. I know it's not logical that Chrome and Safari may act differently for this, but it's good to eliminate the possibility as Google is always dickering with something or the other. Safari and Chrome on iOS render it correctly. Non-retina screen. The smoothing options in the example code match this issue between browsers so they look the same. Learn more. Note: this is not the common "font weight" issue between browsers. Email Required, but never shown. This leads me to think this is some weird macOS Non-Retina scaling issue that just seems to affect Lato. Active 1 month ago. I upgraded from High Sierra to Mojave, and now Safari v13 in both cases seems to be rendering Lato weirdly at low point sizes. How Stack Overflow hires engineers. It looks like for point sizes around 12px to 16px, it's vertically stretching the font and it looks bad. Active Oldest Votes. Feedback post: New moderator reinstatement and appeal process revisions. Lato was rendered as expected on both systems. Note: If I preview in Responsive Design mode, looking at it in simulated Retina view 2x , the font seems to shrink and look more correct than 1x view. But why does it only affect my page, when it renders correctly on both browsers on Google's Lato demo page? I have no local versions of Lato I know and empty as many local caches as I can but I will have a hunt around In addition to the simple font-family declaration, have you tried to set an font-face?