Most of uncial fonts will do
nope, it's a commercial font that you have to pay for
yes, you should ask to the website where you downloaded/made the kit.
if you have any reply, don't hesitate to post it here
maybe you should try to create your kit on another site.
anyway, the lines of this font are very thin, and are not optimal for a small display.
I guess it should be better at bigger size
sorry, i can't explain this.
it's not related to dafont (we dont have @font-face kits to download)
maybe you should ask to the website where you downloaded/made the kit.
yeah but on the mac you show us a @font-face rendering, whereas you show us a png rendering for the windows.
so it's totally impossible to compare !
if you're visiting dafont.com from the same mac, you will have the PNG rendering that you will probably find clean.
if you're using an @font-face rendering on windows, you will probably have the same problems that the mac's @font-face rendering.
the problem comes from your @font-face rendering, not from the mac itself.
yeah, on dafont it's a png image.
you're comparing 2 totally different things
mrnacos ha dicho
what is it ? a jpg ? png ? gif ? a web rendering with @font-face ?
please be clear, it's not that difficult (!!)
mrnacos ha dicho
it is not rending properly in mac os. What can you suggest ?
i suggest you give some explanations on how you used it
i suggest you tell us on which software you used it
i suggest you post some sample images of what's wrong
no problem for your english, most of the people here have english as a second idiom too.
Dafont is based in France, but gather people from all over the world. I'm french
so no problem about weirdness, as you seem to speak quite fluently. You're a teacher in what kind of discipline ?
Anyway, can't wait to see your fonts here !
i already downloaded your matric fonts from your provided link, but i really don't know what could be "7- and 14-segment display mimics"
no problem for the long message
i think that as long as you keep your original source files and your preliminary designs, nobody could claim the rights of these fonts.
if you want to be sure about that, just burn a CD-R with all the font files and graphics, put it in a envelope, and send it to yourself using a registered letter. And DON'T OPEN THIS ENVELOPE. Keep it at home or in a safe place. This way, you'll keep a trace of the date, a trace of your name. If there ever is a problem, you'll have to open the envelope at the trial
i think it should work, that's the only method i know to prove it.
At least, you can do it for your newest-never-released fonts, before uploading them anywhere.
Hope you got what i mean and that it's clear for you !
If you submit your fonts here saying you want them to be free, they will be tagged as "free".
Dafont is the most popular font website for hobbyists, and is very cautious about the licenses.
But it doesn't prevent bad people (or bots) to download fonts from here and put them on other websites, often after having removed licenses text files.
A very common case here is people tagging their fonts as "free for personal use only", and finding them the day after on other websites, with the "Free" mention.
It's impossible to do anything about that :(
But in your case, as you want them to be free, they will also stay free on other websites
The most important thing to do is to write your license informations and your name directly in the information section of the font files (and you can of course keep your "readme files).
I hope you found your answer in these few lines.
(CREATE is probably not a font, as both E are different)
both o and both u are totally different
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