Someone put this up on alt.binaries.fonts to be edited because the size and complexity of the font was crashing their system. And Character did edit it, down to 240k, but credited the work as "unknown". This brings up two problems: one -- not all systems can handle huge fonts like this -- you need to optimize some of the lines so there aren't so many points; as a general rule, any font that's over 250k can be problematic (except if they're a large size due to having glyphs from other languages in them). two -- it's generous of you to offer up your works for free, but you should put your name on the fonts and replace that default "Typeface © (your company)" with your name. This is not only to get credit for your work, which you deserve, but to let people know where to go if there's a problem or a request. Once you put something out on the Internet, it really gets around.