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Old 11-26-2007, 03:40 PM   #6
Michael Rowley
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Gerry:

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I applaud Ascender for coming up with an appealing, innovative way to market its fonts
I noticed that not all (or possibly, none) of the fonts were being offered as OpenType; I wonder if if that is the difference between those fonts offered for professional use and those offered for personal use. If so, it's a good idea, as you may be indifferent to the extended character sets of most OpenType fonts, and would not want to use them for different OSs.

   
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