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12/04/2010 a las 13:04  [respuesta]  PROBLEMS IN DOWNLOADING

Did you ever ping dafont?


12/04/2010 a las 00:20  [respuesta]  FONT CREATOR SOFTWARE

There are no good free programs to create fonts. So don't even think of fontforge. The programs to create fonts in a Mac are expensive, alas, but for windows there is fontcreator at a fraction of the price of the others


12/04/2010 a las 00:14  [respuesta]  tolong sya ley x yg kt sny..

In short: rtfrmf!!!!!


12/04/2010 a las 00:07  [respuesta]  Sites Redistributing daFont Fonts

With fonts that are free for personal use the licensing is fundamentally the same as with commercial fonts. The author/owner determines the conditions. As d[esign] writes it is up to the author/owner to make sure that the naming section holds all the licensing rights and obligations. The section to do this is not the copyright and/or trademark section but the other sections which allows for plenty of text.
If you want your font only to be distributed through Dafont mention it in the font vendor section, a short line like This font (preferably the font mane) may only be distributed by dafont.com. Include the link to dafont. Put your name in the font designer section and include a link to yourself, be it only an email address. Include, as said, the license agreement, which can be short if you link to the complete EULA.

That is the easy part. Anyone can do that, but many don't. The number of requests we get on Abstractfonts for a link to or an email address of a font designer because people want to use a font commercially and want to pay for that are uncountable.

The not so easy part is that you will have to keep the links in the naming section alive. If you include a link to yourself and the EULA you must make sure that that link will always stay live so that you can be contacted. So if you post your EULA on a site, yours or somebodyelse's, make sure that you keep that site up. If you include an email address make sure that that email address will always be valid, and, check it until you die.

d[esign] writes "if your font editor allows it". Well, if it doesn't have a look at fontcreator ( high-logic.com, windows) where how to do this is perfectly explained:

Font Vendor. Manufacturer Name. In this case distributor name

Font Vendor Link. URL of font vendor (with protocol, e.g., http://, ftp://). If a unique serial number is embedded in the URL, it can be used to register the font.

Font Designer. Name of the designer of the typeface.

Font Designer Link., URL of typeface designer (with protocol, e.g., http://, ftp://)or at least a valid email address.

License Agreement. Description of how the font may be legally used, or different example scenarios for licensed use. This field should be written in plain language, do not legalese.

License Agreement Link. URL where additional licensing information can be found.

Description. Description of the typeface. Can contain revision information, usage recommendations, history, features, etc.

Compatible Full (Macintosh only). On the Macintosh, the menu name is constructed using the FOND resource. This usually matches the Full Name. If you want the name of the font to appear differently than the Full Name, you can insert the Compatible Full Name in this field.

Preferred Family (Windows only)., In Windows, the Family name is displayed in the font menu; the Subfamily name is presented as the Style name. For historical reasons, font families have contained a maximum of four styles, but font designers may group more than four fonts to a single family. The Preferred Family and Preferred Subfamily IDs allow font designers to include the preferred family/subfamily groupings. These IDs are only present if they are different from fields Font Family name and Font Subfamily name.

Preferred Subfamily (Windows only). In Windows, the Family name is displayed in the font menu; the Subfamily name is presented as the Style name. For historical reasons, font families have contained a maximum of four styles, but font designers may group more than four fonts to a single family. The Preferred Family and Preferred Subfamily fields allow font designers to include the preferred family/subfamily groupings. These fields are only present if they are different from fields Font Family name and Font Subfamily name.

Sample Text. This can be the font name, or any other text that the designer thinks is the best sample to display the font in.

PostScript CID Findfont Name. Its presence in a font means that the Postscript name field in the Naming window holds a PostScript font name that is meant to be used with the "composefont" invocation in order to invoke the font in a PostScript interpreter.

This field must be restricted to the printable ASCII subset, codes 33 through 126, except for the 10 characters: '[', ']', '(', ')', '{', '}', '<', '>', '/', '%'.

Good luck.


11/04/2010 a las 14:21  [respuesta]  Down load fonts?

Try this: http://82.208.41.117/showthread.php?p=308566


Editado 3 veces. Última edición el 11/04/2010 a las 14:24 por koeiekat


11/04/2010 a las 13:38  [respuesta]  andes font

You can't buy the Andes which is a Fantazia copy of the Plaza SH [ http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/efscangraphic/plaza-sh/regular/ ] which you can buy for $26.
Another copy, which you also can't buy, lives under the name of Andesite, the Regular, 1991 James M. Harris and the Plain, 1991, Atech Software - famous font cloners that have been in business for many years under many different names.



It is a variation of the OPTIDiannaScript, better known as Ballantines. ( http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/ef/ballantines-script/ef-bold/ ) Lives as a freebee under many names, most badly made with wrongly positioned bearings and/or lacking kerning.
Make your choice:
37.ttf (1993, COSMI, badly made)
Alison (1994, Softdisk Publishing, Weird kerning)
Anneberg (1997, ARC MEDIA INC., identical to 37)
PCSilkee (no name, the worst of all with contours in the wrong direction in the 8)
RSAlison (identical to PCSilkee)
TQF_Allison (1992, Gerard E. Bernor, a copy of Alison Regular)
Alison Regular (March 1992, Robert/Nancy Wall - Chameleon Graphics, the oldest one so probably the original, bad or no kerning)
MagellanScriptSSK (1993 Southern Software, Inc., irregular kerning)
Silkee/Silkee Regular (Robert/Nancy Wall - Chameleon Graphics)

None of them a perfect match though.


Editado 5 veces. Última edición el 11/04/2010 a las 11:35 por koeiekat


10/04/2010 a las 13:46  [respuesta]  Recherche Police Franklin Marshall

Looks to me like a condensed Yearbook Solid (Miles Inc. for Agfa).


10/04/2010 a las 12:42  [respuesta]  font

Mahogany Script (Monotype)

Fuente identificada: Mahogany Script


06/04/2010 a las 11:27  [respuesta]  A Font that is close to Thunderbird

Close to? Saddlebag.


06/04/2010 a las 11:17  [respuesta]  A Font that is close to Thunderbird



05/04/2010 a las 16:20  [respuesta]  Bonjour,

Fuente identificada: Brush Script


05/04/2010 a las 00:09  [respuesta]  awesome finally!

Better phrased ... forum back. Like the good old days?



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