This is intended to ensure that all released improvements to the fonts become available to everyone. This requires fonts that are widely available and support lesser-known languages. In order to rate this font, you should log in or register first. Try it for free . 48 Free Courier fonts - FontSpace. 3.7 If a trademark is claimed in the OFL font, does that trademark need to remain in modified fonts? Convert your texts to cool and weird styles, with different alphabets, quickly and completely free. The setting for a paragraph continues down here. Using a modified or derivative license will likely cut you off - along with the font(s) under that license - from the community of designers using the OFL, potentially expose you and your users to legal liabilities, and possibly put your work and rights at risk. For example, the Copyright Holder(s) may choose to release a 'basic' version of their font under the OFL, but sell a restricted 'enhanced' version. 5.6 Do I, as an author, have to identify any Reserved Font Names? Please honour and respect their contribution! For example, even if the OFL font is distributed in a software package or via an online service using a DRM mechanism, the user would still have the right to extract that font, use, study, modify and redistribute it under the OFL. 3.2 I have a font that needs a few extra glyphs - can I take them from an OFL licensed font and copy them into mine? If the original font data or metadata is changed, or the WOFF-specific metadata is incomplete, the font must be considered a Modified Version, the OFL restrictions would apply and the name of the font must be changed: any RFNs cannot be used and copyright notices and licensing information must be included and cannot be deleted or modified. Screenplays are written in 12-point Courier, or a slight variation (Courier Prime, Courier New, Courier Final Draft, etc). That build path may very well be non-trivial and hard to reproduce accurately by the maintainer. Yes! The text of the OFL has been written by SIL (with review and consultation from the community) and is copyright (c) 2005-2010 SIL International. (Also see section 5.9 about rebuilding from source.) Compatible with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other networks. 5.7 Are any names (such as the main font name) reserved by default? The OFL allows the licensed fonts to be used, studied, modified and redistributed freely as long as they are not sold by themselves. Documentation can be found at... To contribute to the project... ChangeLog 1 August 2008 (Tom Parker) GlobalFontFamily version 1.2.1 - Tweaked the smart font code (Branch merged with trunk version) - Provided improved build and debugging environment for smart behaviours 7 February 2007 (Pat Johnson) NewWorldFontFamily Version 1.3 - Added Greek and Cyrillic glyphs 7 March 2006 (Fred Foobar) NewWorldFontFamily Version 1.2 - Tweaked contextual behaviours 1 Feb 2005 (Jane Doe) NewWorldFontFamily Version 1.1 - Improved build script performance and verbosity - Extended the smart code documentation - Corrected minor typos in the documentation - Fixed position of combining inverted breve below (U+032F) - Added OpenType/Graphite smart code for Armenian - Added Armenian glyphs (U+0531 -> U+0587) - Released as "NewWorldFontFamily" 1 Jan 2005 (Joe Smith) GlobalFontFamily Version 1.0 - Initial release Acknowledgements If you make modifications be sure to add your name (N), email (E), web-address (if you have one) (W) and description (D). This list is in alphabetical order. SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE Version 1.1 - 26 February 2007—————————————————————————————-. These can be included either as stand-alone text files, human-readable headers or in the appropriate machine-readable metadata fields within text or binary files as long as those fields can be easily viewed by the user.