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Old 01-11-2007, 12:29 PM   #4
RJ Emery
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Thanks for that link.

But careful about the "without cost or obligation": the site states:That implies an obligation to acquire a license if you'd want to use a font commercially - if it's possible to obtain a license at all; and if not (I see no obvious link!), that means you simply cannot use them commercially: that's an obligation, too!

But it's a nice little collection - bookmarked and downloading....
Rare would any use by me not be for personal use only. As for the link, I can't claim credit, as I found it easily via Google.

What does amaze me, given all the existing fonts, that someone can still create a new and distinctive font. Granted, those MDTA Design fonts are more in the decorative category. Creating a distinguishing new and highly readable text font for newspapers, magazines or newsletter use would be far more challenging.

   
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