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Old 02-19-2007, 08:23 AM   #1
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Default Where to find a unicode (WGL4 actually) collection of Helvetica et al.

KT (and anyone else that may know),

Is there a good source for (how shall we say?) a collection of basics (Helvetica et al.) that have been recast into a "wide" (think unicode) form? I want to find a series of principle fonts that can be used across numerous languages/locales.

If they aren't available from a vendor what tool(s) can one use today to recast a collection of fonts into a single, wider package? Fontographer is dead, no?

JR
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