however, is it free for commercial use (not selling the font itself, obviously, but creating stuff with it: websites, book covers and such... commercial projects) as well? or do we have to buy a separate license for that?
Excellent Font - I'm considering it's use as the logo for a site that offers best in class open source software, with your permission of course - you can see the treatment at [link] in a couple of the Winopso section logos... A credit for the font will be placed on a page where all site credits will be placed however, it isn't completed yet - but should be viewable in a couple weeks when i finally complete the initial build of the site. Let me know if there are any issues with utilizing it in this way. In any event, it's an outstanding font, and the rest of the work you've placed here is top notch as well.
hey man great stuff! really good work! but i think you should correct the "s"... i think it doesn't work because it looks like a half of "S" (cap)
i hope you understand what i mean... maybe it could look better if you get example from number 6: it looks more like a "s" than the actual "s"... well you should complete the curve and bring it to the height of the other letters
sorry for my english
dreamweb55Featured By OwnerSep 1, 2007Professional Interface Designer
You can either have a font managing program (highly reccomended), or you can just copy the fonts you want to use (no matter where - Photoshop, Word, notepad etc.) in c:windows/fonts
Have in mind that more fonts you have installed in your windows/fonts folder, more slow will your computer be (especially on booting up)
I know ModusSchima asked a similar question, but...
I have PhotoShop CS2, do you know where I should download the font to? As in, which folder to put it in, or would I still need a font managing program?