Extractions: Compiled by Norman Walsh Note: With deepest regrets, this is the last version of the FAQ that norm will produce. If you would like to take over the task of maintaining the comp.fonts FAQ, please contact norm . Serious inquiries only, please. You can download this FAQ in text HTML , or PostScript format. Excerpted from The comp.fonts FAQ Norman Walsh
Yamada Language Center: Font Archive Our nonEnglish Font Archive is designed to assist users who wish to display or type non-English fonts on their computers. http://babel.uoregon.edu/Yamada/fonts.html
Extractions: Language Guides: Each language has its own guide that contain links to useful information and resources Font Help Pages - Having problems downloading or installing fonts? Please read our font help pages before emailing us with questions or requests. Other Font Collections - If we don't have what you need, please try this list of alternate internet font collections. Character Codes for Windows95, MS Word, and Notepad. Languages for which no special fonts are necessary on a Macintosh Special fonts are necessary for the following languages: A B C D ... Z A
MoonPixel Graphics Web graphics and backgrounds, desktop wallpapers, LJ icons, dollz, Paint Shop Pro tubes, blinkies, and fonts. Also offers Pagan backgrounds, buttons and dividers. http://members.lycos.nl/gwende/
Microsoft's TrueType Core Fonts On Linux Installing Microsoft s TrueType core fonts for the web on any rpm based linux box However, microsoft also makes other fonts available as a part of their http://corefonts.sourceforge.net/
Extractions: Questions or comments? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org . Good luck! / noa 030331 Updated the package to match the new location of the Tahoma cab file on microsoft's download site 021108 Added link to suse adaption of the .spec file 021107 Updated the Tahoma font link, as Microsoft moved their file 021026 Removed the python hack as it rarlely needed anyway. That means that only the spec file is interesting nowdays. Updated misc other things as well. 021026 It seems like this page got linked. First The Register , then that article was linked from slashdot 020827 A friendly soul over at Microsoft informed me that the Tahoma font was never a part of the "core fonts for the web" initiative and has unclear licensing, so I've removed it 020815 Microsoft pulls their fonts from their site. Fortunately, according to the End User License Agreement and the faq I have the right to redistribute the fonts in unaltered form. This right I intend to exercise. 020409 Installing doesn't work on 1.1-2. Fixed in 1.1-3
Planet Typography This portal dedicated to typography includes directory, news, online manual and free fonts to download. Home of The Typographic Times, a fontrelated eZine with interviews of type designers and portraits of typefaces. http://www.planet-typography.com/
Extractions: Tel 020 8778 2659 The latest version of the award winning font management software. This new version is now 32 bit safe and has been tested on the Iyonix. Note - With early copies of the Iyonix compatible EasyFont Pro DrFonty, supplied on the CD, was not 32 bit safe. You can now download the 32 bit upgrade but note that this can only be used with the version of DrFonty supplied with the Iyonix compatible version of EasyFont Pro. EasyFont Pro makes handling fonts a doddle. Simply click to turn fonts on or off, not sure what fonts are used in a file? Simply drop the file into EasyFont and it will find the fonts used and turn them on itself. If you have got fonts you need EasyFont Pro! Now with printed manual! This is available separately
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Flat Earth Games Features forums, online tools, downloadable fonts, and a user created world called Caeldera. http://www.flatearth.com/
Extractions: I'd like to welcome you to FlatEarth.com. Get comfortable, have a seat, and sip a draught of some hearty ale. I'd like to introduce you to the FlatEarth world and what we are all about, so that you can understand what goes on here at FlatEarth.com. You'll have to excuse us, we just moved to a new server and Webwiz is getting everything back up and running. So we may be missing some things here and there. Our main course at FlatEarth is Webwizard's (the creator of FlatEarth) extensive Font collection . Seeing as we just switched servers, all the fonts are not available yet because there are so many, but Webwizard is adding them back onto the site as he can. Keep checking back, he will be adding new fonts all the time.
STIX Fonts Project Website STIX fonts Project Nears Completion. Additional 216 Glyphs Delivered. On 5 July 2005, the STIX fonts Project took delivery of an additional 216 glyphs from http://www.stixfonts.org/
Extractions: Only Area Home The draft user license has resulted in many useful comments from interested parties. The STI Pub group is giving these comments careful consideration and will respond to everyone who submitted comments once potential changes have been considered and implemented. After nearly 10 years of development, the STIX Fonts project is almost complete. The less than 500 remaining characters are in design, and should be completed by the end of Summer 2005. A beta test release is planned for October 2005. A revised target for general release of the fonts (December 2005) has been established. This site was last updated on September 9, 2005. Every attempt will be made to update this site at least weekly until Release 1.0 of the STIX Fonts is made public. Please direct any questions to the STIX Fonts project STIX is a project of the STI Pub Companies About STIX Fonts Info for Publishers Info for SW Developers Info for Researchers ... Site Map
Extractions: Accessibility Privacy Advanced Search Help ... Shop T all the symbols of the International Phonetic Alphabet as currently recognized by the IPA. There are three typefaces: Doulos (similar to Times), Sophia (san serif) and Manuscript (similar to Courier, monospaced). All are available in regular, bold, italic, and bold italic. T he most useful phonetic symbols are mapped onto the keys of the ordinary keyboard. For example, if you type shift-D you get , while shift-C gives you ; instead of the figure 2 you get and instead of the symbol you get a schwa. In this way you can immediately access all the symbols you need for the phonemic or broad-phonetic transcription of English, French, German, Spanish and many other languages. All the cardinal vowel symbols, primary and secondary, are here, together with a range of allophonic or general-phonetic symbols and stress marks (glottal stop, tapped r, dark l, r-coloured schwa, voiceless alveolar lateral fricative, palatalization diacritic, syllabicity mark, hacek, right arrow...). These key assignments are based on the SAM-PA recommendations.
Unicode Support In Your Browser Test browser and operating system compatibility. Also downloadable Unicode fonts and links to other resources and references. http://home.att.net/~jameskass/
Extractions: Unicode is the World's standard for encoding text. Most all of the characters used in modern writing systems have already been assigned to unique code positions and work is under way to add some fairly exotic modern scripts as well as provide standardized encoding for ancient scripts. If your browser has multilingual capabilities, it probably uses Unicode to address the various letters, characters, and symbols shown on your screen. If you're using Windows 2000, you already have a Unicode-aware system along with special tools, such as the enhanced Character Map, enabling use and display of special character from large fonts like MS Hei, MS Song, GulimChe, or MingLiU. (Beware that W2K Character Map does not offer all of the valid Unicode ranges and thus often can't offer all of the glyphs in a font's repertoire.)
Extractions: User ID: The following pages provide installation and usage instructions on reading, writing and printing in Greek, as well as some tips on how to email in Greek, and spell check your Greek text. Please select the Operating System you are using: Some other sources of information on the topic of Computing in Greek are the following: Free Greek spell checkers by Neurosoft HR-Net (Hellenic Resources Network). An HRI Project.
Bar Code Labeling Software Systems Developer of bar code labeling software, enterprisewide bar coding solutions and bar code fonts. Also provides compliance system design consulting and implementation services. http://www.isdweb.com/
Extractions: Home What is Enterprise-Wide Labeling? Success Stories Latest Downloads Re-authorize your Software enLabel Global Services provides comprehensive compliance labeling consulting and implementation services. enLabel Technologies is a labeling portal that allows you to print compliance labels on-line, in real time. Coming Soon Create intelligent labels for any bar code, automatic data collection and tracking application! Tattoo ID's full set of features enables you to produce impressive labels with rich color output, text, bar codes and pictures quickly and easily on any printer. More Information Product Overview Screens FAQ Download Free Trial ... Purchase is the worlds first ERP and Web-enabled design and printing software for the in-house design and production printing of labels, signs and forms on Windows/NT, UNIX and VMS platforms. There are many optional modules available that enhance Tattoo ID's enterprise-wide bar code and labeling capabilities and connectivity Noncompliance to bar code and labeling standards affects the bottom line through fines, merchandise returns or loss of partnerships. It may have especially grave consequences in the Life Sciences, where loss of life or medical emergency may result.