On 1/30/2001 16:57, Stephen at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> Hello, everyone. I hope this isn't too off topic, and if it is I
> apologise in advance, so please don't flame me...
> I'm a former Mac user. I would like access to something that resembles
> the "Chicago" font which in former times - I don't know about now - was
> used on the Mac menu bar and system menus. Does anyone know if a font
> like this is available anywhere on the Internet in Type 1 or TrueType
> Thank you!
Remember that Chicago IS a TrueType font on the Mac OS since OS 8.1 (I
think) maybe sooner. Grab ttconverter from your favorite info-mac mirror.
Convert Chicago into a .ttf font and then install it on Linux as you would
any other .ttf font and voila!
Now, I don't know how "legal" this is, but it should work.
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