Adobe Fonts is missing two weights of Google's Rubik. Is it possible to add SemiBold and ExtraBold? It's open source.1 vote
Mrs Eaves is a great font, but two essential glyphs are not available in the Latin version (ő ű). Because of these two missing glyphs, we cannot use Mrs Eaves. There is a Central European version, but it is not included in Adobe Fonts. The CE font on Emigre's website: https://www.emigre.com/Fonts/Mrs-Eaves-CE
Is it possible to include the Central European version in Adobe Fonts? It would be of great help for us in Hungary :)1 vote
I'm hoping this is the place to request font additions. I work with Hebrew on a website, and for Hebrew prayer text I would like to be able to use Frank Ruehl. It's ubiquitous and dates back to 1908, which means it's not under copyright (plus every foundry had an iteration at one point.) I know Adobe has some Google Fonts, and Google has one called Frank Ruehl Libre. Is there a way to have that font added to the Typekit mix?2 votesunder review · AdminMolly Doane (Assoc. Product Manager, Adobe Type, Adobe - Type (Fonts)) responded
Our team is looking into adding Frank Ruehl Libre to the library.
It would be wonderful if you could stock up with more Hebrew serif fonts, like: Greta Text Hebrew and Fedra Serif by Typotheque, or Emuna and Bar Yochay by Masterfont.
These serif fonts would be useful for book and traditional scriptural text more than the existing sans-serif catalog.1 vote
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