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Re: fontname question: supplier letter for microsoft truetype fonts
"UV" == Ulrik Vieth writes:
UV> Are these really Microsoft fonts or are might these be Monotype
UV> designs redistributed by MS? In the latter case, I'd use the `m'
UV> supplier letter for Monotype, as usual.
Well, most of the fonts appeared to be designed by Monotype (in some
of them, a typeface was copyrighted by other companies, however),
except the following purely microsoft fonts:
Comic (Regular and Bold)
Tahoma (Regular and Bold)
Verdana (Regular, Bold, Italic, Bold Italic)
UV> As for a new supplier letters, we seem to be running out of free
UV> codes. What remains are just the letters 'j', 'q', 'v', 'x' 'y'.
So, we still need a letter for MS, i think. :-) What about j? it is
the nearest neighbor of m. :-)
Best regards, -- Vladimir.
I have gained this by philosophy:
that I do without being commanded what others do only from fear of the law.