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With regards to an accessibility concern, it looks like google Noto font is a good bet to use as it supports 800 languages.

Is it just a case of changing the css code? For example, from Arabic to Bengali below....

font-family: "Noto Naskh Arabic UI", "Noto Sans UI", sans-serif;

This is so the software can be internationally supported.

What do other companies do?

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