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  2. Identifont - Wikipedia

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    Identifont. The Identifont web site is an online directory of typefaces, with main function a tool to help identify a font from a sample. [1] It has been described as the largest Internet directory of typefaces. [2] Identifont may be used to find a font similar to a given one. [3]

  3. Google Fonts - Wikipedia

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    Google Fonts (formerly known as Google Web Fonts) is a computer font and web font service owned by Google. This includes free and open source font families, an interactive web directory for browsing the library, and APIs for using the fonts via CSS and Android.

  4. List of monospaced typefaces - Wikipedia

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    List of monospaced typefaces. This list of monospaced typefaces details standard monospaced fonts used in classical typesetting and printing .

  5. List of typefaces - Wikipedia

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    This list of more comprehensive Unicode fonts, including open-source Unicode typefaces, showing the number of characters/glyphs included for the released version, and also showing font's license type:

  6. List of typefaces included with Microsoft Windows - Wikipedia

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    List of typefaces included with Microsoft Windows. This is a list of typefaces shipped with Windows 3.1x through to Windows 11. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] Typefaces only shipped with Microsoft Office or other Microsoft applications are not included. [7]

  7. Font Library - Wikipedia

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    Font Library. The Font Library (originally called the Open Font Library) is a project devoted to hosting and encouraging the creation of fonts released under Free Licenses. [4] It is a sister project to Openclipart [3] [2] [5] and hosts over 6000 fonts from over 250 contributors. [6] These are intended to be downloaded, remixed and shared freely.

  8. TrueType - Wikipedia

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    Extended to. OpenType. TrueType is an outline font standard developed by Apple in the late 1980s as a competitor to Adobe 's Type 1 fonts used in PostScript. It has become the most common format for fonts on the classic Mac OS, macOS, and Microsoft Windows operating systems.

  9. Typography of Apple Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Typography of Apple Inc. Apple's first logo, hand drawn by Ronald Wayne. Apple Inc. uses a large variety of typefaces in its marketing, operating systems, and industrial design with each product cycle. These change throughout the years with Apple's change of style in their products. This is evident in the design and marketing of the company.

  10. Open-source Unicode typefaces - Wikipedia

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    The fonts implement almost the whole of the Multilingual European Subset 1 of Unicode. Also provided are keyboard handlers for Windows and the Mac, making input easy. They are based on fonts designed by URW++ Design and Development Incorporated, and offer lookalikes for Courier, Helvetica, Times, Palatino, and New Century Schoolbook. 2010s

  11. Frutiger (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    This is a serif font family designed by Adrian Frutiger and Akira Kobayashi. It is a re-envisioning of the metal type version of Meridien, a typeface first released by Deberny & Peignot during the 1950s. The family consists of roman and italic fonts in five weights and two widths each.