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Asphalt 9 font now available on Asphalt Wiki [Edit]
Sep 1, 2019 – Guy Bukzi Montag ASPHALT 9 EDITORS
Rajdhani, the official ASPHALT 9 FONT, can now also be used on Asphalt Wiki. Simply assign the CSS class "font-a9" to the element you want to be rendered in Rajdhani. You can also download the font for free at Google Fonts. Asphalt 9 fans from India may appreciate that the font is also capable of displaying Devanagari characters.


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  • For details how to use news templates, see Help:News modular system.
  • This documentation is automatically generated for all news templates. It shows the effects of your edits on the different display styles.

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How it will appear inside a news feed (shortened text):
Asphalt 9 font now available on Asphalt Wiki
Sep 1, 2019   ASPHALT 9 EDITORS
Rajdhani, the official ASPHALT 9 FONT, can now also be used on Asphalt Wiki. Simply assign the CSS class "font-a9" to the element  ... [Read more]

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Full text, without surrounding design elements:
Asphalt 9 font now available on Asphalt Wiki
Sep 1, 2019 – Guy Bukzi MontagASPHALT 9 EDITORS
Rajdhani, the official ASPHALT 9 FONT, can now also be used on Asphalt Wiki. Simply assign the CSS class "font-a9" to the element you want to be rendered in Rajdhani. You can also download the font for free at Google Fonts. Asphalt 9 fans from India may appreciate that the font is also capable of displaying Devanagari characters.

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