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Fonts for running text, titlings, and any other text element.
Fonts providing good readability for running texts.
Fonts for titlings, adverts etc.
Themed / special purpose fonts.
Typewriter / monospace fonts.
The majority of fonts on this website are freeware, but a small percentage are shareware so if you decide to keep any shareware fonts please register them. Registration information can be found on the readme.txt file attached.
Download, view, test-drive, bookmark free fonts.
The fonts pages show examples of the free fonts available. To download the fonts you require, left click on the fonts graphic of choice.
The fonts we offer are free to download. We encourage people to download them and to inform us if there are any issues with them. We are working on adding a location to the site so that you, font authors and visitors can assist us with uploading new fonts to the site.
The fonts presented on this website are their authors’ property, and are either freeware, shareware, demo versions or public domain. The licence mentioned above the download button is just an indication. Please look at the readme-files in the archives or check the indicated author’s website for details, and contact him if in doubt. If no author/licence is indicated that’s because we don’t have information, that doesn’t mean it’s free.
Fontasy is a free font archive featuring selected fonts for PC and Mac, available for free download. You can start to browse alphabetically, with A, or in categories.
FontRiver’s goal is to provide our visitors with free downloadable fonts and dingbats for both Windows and Mac. This includes offering useful content, easy font finding features and a huge selection of original typefaces and font families organized by categories. All fonts can be downloaded for free, certain usage restrictions may apply in respect to the different font licenses.
SIL provides specialized software which supports language development.
This label indicates that I could install the script without major problems and I could run the script without the need for major modifications to the original code (except for the usual configuration, of course). The label does, on the other hand, not indicate that scripts without this label would not work properly. The missing of the „tested & working“-label just indicates that I did not yet test these scripts.
This label indicates that the owner of this website uses this script / application for his own projects with success and satisfaction. This does, however, not indicate that these projects could not have been realized using other scripts / applications as well or that other scripts would not fit the demands of other projects as well or even better.