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Old 11-15-2006, 11:03 AM   #4
Michael Rowley
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Marjolein:

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not a lot have decent support for Unicode
I'm putting my faith in Linotype's free offering, which is still vapourware as far as Windows is concerned. The Mac people are quite pleased with their version, so I understand.

I think that 'drag-and-drop' activation is a fancy way of describing a crude process by which you keep the font files separate and activate them by transferring them to the Windows\Fonts folder when they're needed.

   
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