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Mar062014

Arial vs Clear Sans

This is Clear Sans - released in late 2013 by the Intel Open Source Technology Center Overal. It looks like a slightly more contemporary, humanist version of Arial. Overall, we can't see too much to get excited over. Do note that it comes with a very thin variant that Arial lacks.

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PDF of the comparison is here: http://1drv.ms/1czPMjE

Glyph comparisons (Arial in blue, Clear Sans in red)

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