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Steve Flowers

Open Sans, Lato, and Museo Sans are pretty nice looking alternatives:) Have had good luck with all of these. Open Sans is close (somewhat, in the same Helvetica-ish family). Lato looks quite a bit different but still a sharp face. Museo Sans (and Museo Slab) are a new favorite set of mine. Here's Lato:

Praveen Dixit

Hello,

I am facing same issue, I had tried above solutions. It won't work I need to submit file till next Friday. It will be big issue for us from client perspective. Already client told that develop this in Html instead of Storyline. We convince them that we will take care of all things but I am very nervous now what to do?

Please help me and as per there guide line we cannot use any other font.

Regards,

Praveen

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Praveen,

We don't have any additional information to share at this time, but once we do we'll post an update here for you and others who are subscribed to this thread. Thanks for your patience in regards to this as we're unable to offer a timeline in regards to when we'll have an update to share. 

Praveen Dixit

Hello All,

I got kind of solution but it is not a best practice to do.

I had deactivated SL2 license then uninstall SL2 from machine, I had a SL2 4 update setup. Installed that on the same machine as a trial version. (Didn't activate license) and open the same storyline file in the trial version it solve problem of odd kerning issue.

Still it is a temporary solution, if I activate my license on it won't work again I face the same issue. 

Now, temporary I am working with Arial font perfectly but what if my trail gets over.

Regards,

Praveen