jase at dufair.org
Mon Aug 26 18:39:39 UTC 2002
At the risk of stirring the pot - is there any reason to continue to use
strike fonts? Other than historical ones? I am aware of patent issues
with True Type, but there are a ton of free fonts and we are obviously
using our own rendering engine. Why bother with bitmapped fonts in this
day and age?
>I just tried out Andreas's neato font converter, and it works swell. If
>there is anyone out there who has the legal ability to use these fonts,
>but for some reason cannot convert them, email me, and I can see about
>sending you the .stf files that Squeak can load.
>I know that MS recently took of the download for it's web "font pack-" but
>perhaps it's still legal to distribute them? If anyone knows what fonts
>were a part of that, I could give out the Squeak stf versions for those
>who want them.
Jason Dufair - jase at dufair.org
<xterm> The problem with America is stupidity. I'm not saying there
should be a capital punishment for stupidity, but why don't we just
take the safety labels off of everything and let the problem solve
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