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[News] new freeCD: Amiga FontsANN.lu
Posted on 12-Nov-2002 09:24 GMT by Cerpheus (Edited on 2002-11-12 16:58:57 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselš)4 comments
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The new freeCD "Amiga Fonts" is including around 700 fonts in the formats TrueType und CompuGraphic. The fonts are alphabetically sorted, plus the cd-rom is including special drawer with science fiction-fonts. You can order the cd for 3 Euro plus sending from the FOM-website: www.facesofmars.tk
new freeCD: Amiga Fonts : Comment 1 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by Raffaele on 12-Nov-2002 12:55 GMT
Seems interesting...
By the way, is there someone who knows about the decision of M$ to bring back all trademark rights about True Type Fonts and release them as commercial product?
Is that an hoax?
Bye,
Raf
new freeCD: Amiga Fonts : Comment 2 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by CodeSmith on 13-Nov-2002 02:23 GMT
That's a very cool project - sort of like the old days of PD floppies but in a larger scale. Since they say that you're allowed to copy the disks and spread the files, I was wondering if they offer downloadable ISO images for those of us lucky enough to have broadband. I could not find anything on their site about this though.
new freeCD: Amiga Fonts : Comment 3 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by Cerpheus on 13-Nov-2002 07:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (CodeSmith):
No, we dont offer the ISO-image to download from the page for 2 reasons:
01) No broadband, dsl or flatrate, so it would take quite a while to upload, which would costs money. :(
02) Not enough webspace for all the different freeCDs
If you like to upload the ISO-image on your website, you are of course welcome to do so. :)
Regards,
Cerpheus
new freeCD: Amiga Fonts : Comment 4 of 4ANN.lu
Posted by Elwood on 13-Nov-2002 08:26 GMT
I don't understand why you spend time doing this (it's not a criticism, just my point of view). If all files are free, they should be somewhere on the net. Just give a URL :-)
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