[NTLK] Installing new fonts?

Michael mlheureux at online.fr
Tue Nov 29 20:20:00 EST 2011

Google Droid typefaces (Droid Sans, Serif & Mono) are very legible and  
are open-source.  Not sure how'd they look non-anti-aliased, though.


On 2011-11-30, at 上午6:52, Max Smith wrote:

> On Nov 29, 2011, at 5:06 PM, Warren Ockrassa wrote:
>> I'm most irked that no one's ported Verdana, actually. I know, it's a
>> weird one too, but it was one of several designed by MS Foundry to be
>> readable under a wide range of difficult conditions, including on LCD
>> screens. Georgia started life that way as well.
> I've always liked Verdana's x-height but not the wide spacing between
> the letters, a la monospaced typefaces. Georgia, not so much. I think
> the best work of Carter is Bell Centennial, but he was definitely
> very inventive when working to overcome technical limitations.
>> 680x0 emulation
> Why not PowerPC? If I'm not completely loosing my mind, which is
> quite easily possible, you want a machine 10x faster than what you're
> trying to emulate. Since the earliest Macintosh that could run OS 9
> ran at 66MHz, you could very easily run Sheep Shaver with OS 9.1.
> Hell, even the G3 minitowers ran at 333MHz which could easily be
> emulated with enough RAM.
> In full disclosure, I haven't fiddled around with emulators for quite
> some time, so my speed times ten thing could be completely wrong.
> Regards,
> Max
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