Font support in Image Graph

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Font support in Image Graph

Michel JACQUEMES

Hi all,

 

We are able to supply true type fonts thru Image Graph bundle.

Does anybody have some knowledge on font copyrights?

Is there a site where to find this kind of info?

Are Linux ttf files the same than windows?

 

Michel

 


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Re: Font support in Image Graph

Abos
Hi Michel,
i think you can use bitstream vera fonts, the ttf files are the same for
linux & windows.
The copyright allow to modify and redistribute.
You can find the copyright here : http://www.gnome.org/fonts/
Bitstream vera fonts are bundled with gnome, kde, openoffice... and lot
of others freesoftware.
Thanks for your work on graph.
Aïssa.

Michel JACQUEMES a écrit :

> Hi all,
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> We are able to supply true type fonts thru Image Graph bundle.
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> Does anybody have some knowledge on font copyrights?
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> Is there a site where to find this kind of info?
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> Are Linux ttf files the same than windows?
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> Michel
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