I'm going to design a iconic color font. I need some kind of color font
editor. I prefer public domain software or shareware, but I can buy one
if not available. Please let me know any pointers to them. Thank you.
I'm looking for fonts, especially PostScript dingbat fonts. All the
public-domain ones I've used are old, blocky and look ugly on a
laserprinter. Does anyone have any good dingbat fonts--PD, please--they
could send me?
Disk would be fine; I could send an SASE & floppy.
I'm also interested in any other PD or shareware fonts too--preferably
good lookin' ones.
Yes, you guessed it--I got the type bug bad. Blame a 72-page
Science-Fiction convention book and no sleep. I'm even (whisper it)
considering becoming a Font maker myself to work on those dingbat fonts
--like I needed more holes in my time...
Also, anyone know the kind soul who made up the font called
"Clairvaux"? It's my very
favorite serif font, prints just peachy-nice on the IIntx and scales
pretty well. But I don't know who made it, or where it came from...
...I'd like to thank them, 'n' find out if I owe them money.
Just smellin' the virtual hot lead and creebin' about PageMaker bugs,
P.S. If any kind & eager souls are willing to send fonts along without
an SASE (bless you!), my address is:
1925 East Mountain Street
Pasadena CA 91104
I don't use a Mac with a modem, so E-mailing is a process beyond my
stomach acids right now. Thanks anyway--the process from UNIX to PC to
Mac through LapLink-Mac is too fraught with errors.
9. Font editor?