Re: Font license recommendation
email@example.com (Thomas Bushnell, BSG) writes:
> If you mean a bitmap font, then it's already free, because bitmap
> fonts are not copyrightable (in the US, at any rate; I'm not familiar
> with the law everywhere).
I think that dingbat fonts, with different symbols or pictures instead
of letters, are copyrightable here, and normal ones too, if they're
different enough. Like the Futurama "alien" alphabet, that would be
copyrightable here, even if it had been a bitmap font.
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