Adobe Launches Blank, An Open Source Fallback Font You Can't See
Apr 01, 2013, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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Adobe today launched Adobe Blank, a new open-source OpenType font that, at first glance, does absolutely nothing. Indeed, the whole point of the font, as its creator Ken Lunde writes today, is to render every Unicode character as a "non-spacing and non-marking glyph."
This may sound like a lame and early April Fool's joke and even managed to inspire the only pun-thread on HackerNews in recent memory that wasn't immediately downvoted into oblivion, but this is actually a pretty useful tool for web developers.