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Lexographer font

By Divide by Zero
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115 characters
  • Free for Personal Use
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Font family: Lexographer
Font subfamily identification: Regular
Unique identifier: Frog: Lexographer 1.0
Full font name: Lexographer
Version: Frog: 6.26.99 v 1.0
Postscript font name: Lexographer
Trademark notice: Lexographer Copyright (c) 1999 Tom Murphy 7
Manufacturer name: [ Divide By Zero ] Fonts
Designer: Tom Murphy 7
Description: Created by Tom Murphy 7. Dark, inverse font with shaded marker outlines. Use | key for filled spaces. [Divide By Zero] fonts:
License: Here is the summary of the license for this font, which may be overridden by (most likely very similar) new licenses at the URL below. If you want to do anything with this font you think I might not allow, please see the license URL at the bottom of this document and/or e-mail me. NO MONEY must ever exchange hands for this font file, without EXPLICIT WRITTEN PERMISSION from the designer. This means you MAY NOT SELL THIS FONT on a font-collection CD, nor singularly nor part of any other type package. You may distribute this font file to anyone you want, as long as you do not modify it and do not charge any money or services. You can use this font in noncommercial applications and websites freely and without the designer's permission. You can use this font to create commercial products or web sites, but when appropriate I'd love for you to send me a complimentary copy of the item you use it in. If you distribute or use this font, you may wish to link to the [ Divide By Zero ] web page (though this is not necessary): For the full license and updates: Mailing address: Tom Murphy 7 339 Still Hill Rd Hamden CT 06518.1830 USA

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[ Divide By Zero ] Fonts

I am employing a very generous license with these fonts (the way I
think most software should be) for a number of reasons. Mainly though,
it is because I would be making fonts regardless of whether I was
distributing them or not, and because I know that people benefit from
the fact that I give them away. I take enough stuff for free and it
makes me feel good to know that I am 'giving back'.

Here is the license. You are free to download and use these fonts
without my explicit permission for anything you want, except for the

You may NOT* resell the actual font files (without my written
permission and without having to give me something in
return). This includes but is not limited to selling it on a Font
CD (even when the fee involved is a nominal "distribution" or
"handling" fee, or some similar thing), or distributing it on a
site which charges a fee per font download. (In contrast, a
pay-per-hour service such as America Online is free to distribute
the fonts.) You may not misrepresent the creator of the font
(pretend you made them) You may not adapt them to different fonts
without my permission. You may not modify the font files for
subsequent redistribution.

However, you have permission to do the following:
Use them to make graphics for your home page, non-profit web page,
or commerical web site.
Give them to your friends for free.
Make them available (for free) on your web page, as long as you make
clear where they came from.
Use them in design work that you get paid for.
Use them in any smalltime publications or fliers or other non
mass-produced literature.
Make commercial products like T-shirts or Mugs or Books using the
fonts and sell them. In this case, since you are indirectly
profiting off of my work, I ask that you send me one of the T-shirts
or Mugs or Books free, where reasonable. Obviously some discretion
on your part is due; but try to be fair. If it is inappropriate for
you to send me one of your product, at least make an attempt to
write me an e-mail at [email protected] and let me know where the
font is being used.

* "Not", as in, "Not without my permission". I regularly give
permission for this sort of thing, so if you want to redistribute
the fonts for a fee, let me know and we can probably work something
out. Generally I simply request a copy of the CD or magazine or

Exception to the above: The fonts may be included on any recognized
distribution of the Linux operating system, even if the CD is sold. Please
include this README file.

For your information, here is my permanent address:

Tom Murphy 7
339 Still Hill Rd
Hamden CT 06518.1830

My e-mail address is: imightbetm(a)

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