ChristTrekker wrote:...fiddle faddle...
effigy wrote:It's kinda hard to judge, though, given the size of the characters. Would FontForge let you use MARATHON 2 as the example sentence?
edit: Hey, speaking of FontForge, would you happen to know about a native Windows version? I hate Cygwin.
effigy wrote:Um...in Windows (I thought in Mac, too) you are able to open the TTF and see a preview with out installing:
ChristTrekker wrote:...Try grabbing the new 0.2 version.
ChristTrekker wrote:BTW, Windows will think the font is installed as long as that preview window is open. So you can preview, open a WP, type some text, and set it in that font.
Where did you get the Marathon font you have on your page?
The "Marathon font" is in fact call Modula Tall. It is a commercial font sold by Emigre Inc. The font comes as part of a Tall Pack.
As the Modula Tall font is a commercial font please don't ask me to send you a copy. Thanks.
The font used in the Marathon manuals is Bank Gothic. Again this is a commercial font available from Bitstream on their Bitstream Collection 250 Font CD. Rumor has it that the font was also available with some Mac Performa models. If you know which ones let me know. Thanks.
HunterOfShadows wrote:404 error...can anyone re upload it?
irons wrote:-sigh- How often idiots get elected.
President People wrote:There's this old Mac game called Troubled Souls that uses Modula Tall. What's interesting is that the creator was Randy Reddig, who was on the Marathon Infinity team.
ChristTrekker wrote:The new Unicode 6.0 standard adds official codepoints for symbols to represent an alien, and a gun. I'm very tempted to try to convert a S'pht and the MA-75 or Magnum into dingbats also.
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