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Open Sans not recognized as Open Sans (renders Arial)

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Hi,

today I found, that there exist slightly different files for Open Sans v1.10. On one machine I've been working with a version obtained in April 2014 from Google Fonts (OpenSans-Regular.ttf, v1.10, 217360 bytes) and created an Assets Library that I shared with a colleague.

That co-worker installed a recent Version from Google Fonts, and her OpenSans-Regular.ttf is also v1.10, but 217276 bytes, i.e. 84 bytes smaller.

Now, AD won't render the assets correctly and substitutes the "missing" Font with Arial.

I believe in this and similar cases AD should either automatically fall back on the identically named available font or ask the user for a substitution rule (like when opening PDFs).

Regards,
Chris

Edited by CaptNeo
Typo. Added missing 8 in "84 bytes"

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Hi,

attached you find the fonts and a snippet of the assets file. Install the 2014 version of Open Sans, and it renders correctly. Install Open Sans from 2018 and it renders as Arial, although the contextual toolbar displays "Open Sans" anyway.

Thank you and best regards,
Chris

Debug Assets (Open Sans).afassets

Open Sans 2018.zip

Open Sans 2014.zip

P.S.: Both machines run Windows 7, 64 Bit

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