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Old 11-15-2007, 05:51 AM   #6
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This matches up with your description, suggesting that the base set of fonts hasn't changed much over time
Tiger has six more: Geeza Pro .ttf regular and bold; Helvetica LT MM with its outline font; Times LT MM with its outline font; and another Chinese font whose name ends in Pro.ttf.

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I'm still running 10.2.8 (Lapcat? FiercePussPuss? StunnedSiamese ... what was it's "cat name"?)
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