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MODULE=truetype
VERSION=1.1
SOURCE=IELPKTH.CAB
SOURCE1=webdin32.exe
SOURCE2=trebuc32.exe
SOURCE3=georgi32.exe
SOURCE4=verdan32.exe
SOURCE5=comic32.exe
SOURCE6=arialb32.exe
SOURCE7=impact32.exe
SOURCE8=arial32.exe
SOURCE9=times32.exe
SOURCE10=courie32.exe
SOURCE11=andale32.exe
SOURCE_DIRECTORY=$BUILD_DIRECTORY/$MODULE
SOURCE_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE1_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE2_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE3_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE4_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE5_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE6_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE7_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE8_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE9_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE10_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
SOURCE11_URL[0]=$SFORGE_URL/corefonts/
WEB_SITE=http://corefonts.sourceforge.net/
ENTERED=20020124
UPDATED=20030628
SHORT="TrueType core fonts for the Web"
cat << EOF
Install these high quality TrueType fonts, and whenever you visit a Web site
that specifies them, you'll see pages exactly as the site designer intended.
Monotype.com is included now as andale32.exe is no longer available from
Microsoft downloads.
Webdings was designed in 1997 as a collaborative work between Microsoft's
Vincent Connare and top Monotype designers Sue Lightfoot, Ian Patterson and
Geraldine Wade. The images are intended for web designers who wish to include
live fonts as a fast way of rendering graphics.
Trebuchet MS, designed by Vincent Connare in 1996, is a humanist sans serif
designed for easy screen readability. Trebuchet takes its inspiration from the
sans serifs of the 1930s which had large x heights and round features intended
to promote readability on signs.
Georgia by Matthew Carter, hinted by Thomas Rickner.
Verdana by Matthew Carter, hinted by Thomas Rickner.
Comic Sans, Designed by Microsoft's Vincent Connare, this is a face based on
the lettering from comic magazines.
Arial® Black is part of the extremely versatile Arial family of typefaces
which can be used with equal success for text setting in reports,
presentations, magazines etc, and for display use in newspapers, advertising
and promotions.
Geoffrey Lee designed ImpactTM, first issued in 1965 by the famous Sheffield
foundry, Stephenson Blake.
Arial® is an extremely versatile family of typefaces which can be used with
equal success for text setting in reports, presentations, magazines etc, and
for display use in newspapers, advertising and promotions.
Times New Roman® first appeared in 1932 in The Times of London newspaper, for
which it was designed. It has subsequently become one of the world's most
successful type creations.
CourierTM New, originally designed as a typewriter face for IBM, was redrawn
by Adrian Frutiger for IBM Selectric series. A typical fixed pitch design,
monotone in weight and slab serif in concept.
Note: To do anything useful with these fonts you'll have to add the line
'FontPath "/usr/share/fonts/truetype"' to the Files section of your
/etc/X11/XF86Config file, and 'dir "/usr/share/fonts/truetype"' to your
/etc/X11/XftConfig file.
EOF
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