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monospaced font based on IBM 3270 terminals

This font is derived from the x3270 font, which, in turn, was translated from the one in Georgia Tech's 3270tool, which was itself hand-copied from a 3270 terminal. . While looking reasonably close to its bitmap ancestors, this is a vector font that looks good at any size. Its recommended use is, obviously, a text terminal, same as nearly half a century ago.

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Adobe Glyph List For New Fonts

AGL (Adobe Glyph List) maps glyph names to Unicode values for the purpose of deriving content. AGLFN (Adobe Glyph List For New Fonts) is a subset of AGL that excludes the glyph names associated with the PUA (Private Use Area), and is meant to specify preferred glyph names for new fonts. Also included is the ITC Zapf Dingbats Glyph List, which is similar to AGL in that it maps glyph names to Unicode values for the purpose of deriving content, but only for the glyphs in the ITC Zapf Dingbats font. . Be sure to visit the AGL Specification and Developer Documentation pages for detailed information about naming glyphs, interpreting glyph names, and developing OpenType fonts.


APL fonts for A+ development

The A+ programming language development environment requires these APL fonts to properly display A+ code in an XTerm, XEmacs or a web browser. They are not required to run an A+ program.


BDF to SFD converter

This is a BDF to SFD converter, allowing to vectorize bitmap fonts. It works by converting each pixel of a glyph to a polygon, which produces large and unoptimized SFD files that should be post-processed using FontForge. . It was originally created to generate OpenType versions of Spleen, and is released in the hope it can be useful to convert other fonts as well. Please be aware that it works best on fonts proportional to 8x16. Other sizes will work but the aspect ratio will not be preserved. There is currently little interest in addressing the issue.


font editor that lets you create outline vector graphics and export fonts

Birdfont is a free, open source font editor that lets you create outline vector graphics and export ttf, eot & svg fonts.


fonts of BITMAP-MULE for X

This package contains some bitmap fonts for X. . - bitmap12 (6x12) - bitmap14 (7x14) - bitmap16 (8x16) - bitmap20 (10x20) - bitmap24 (12x24) . These fonts are generated by BITMAP-MULE. . BITMAP-MULE is a bitmap handler for GNU Emacs. If you want to use BITMAP-MULE, install the bitmap-mule package.


font for Roman numeral analysis (music theory)

Campania is an OpenType font (TrueType and WOFF webfont versions are also available) for Roman numeral analysis, as used in music theory. It adds some contextual substitutions and positioning rules on top of the glyphs from Doulos (SIL) to allow you to enter the most common symbols just by typing naturally. . This font should work in any program that handles OpenType fonts reasonably. It is tested to work in MuseScore and in LibreOffice.


font for scholarly use in classical and medieval languages

Cardo is a large Unicode font specifically designed for the needs of classicists, biblical scholars, medievalists, and linguists. Since it may be used to prepare materials for publication, it also contains features that are required for high-quality typography, such as ligatures, text figures (also known as old style numerals), true small capitals and a variety of punctuation and space characters.


Crazy Eddie's GUI (fonts)

CEGUI is a free library providing windowing and widgets for graphics APIs and engines where such functionality is not natively available or is severely lacking. The library is written in C++, is object oriented, and is primarily targeted at games developers who should be spending their time creating great games, not building GUI sub-systems . This package contains font files for the CEGUI library that are not packaged separately.


plotter for visualizing data - standard fonts

Circos visualizes data in a circular layout — ideal for exploring relationships between objects or positions, and creating highly informative publication-quality graphics. . This package provides a set of fonts used by default with Circos.


sharp on-screen sans-serif font

Clear Sans (also known as Intel Clear) is a versatile font for screen, print, and Web, designed with on-screen legibility in mind. . It's used, among others, by Firefox on Android.


TeX font package (minimal version) with CM/EC in Type1 in T1, T2*, TS1, X2 enc

This package ships the 10pt version of the various fonts. For the full set please install cm-super. . The CM-Super package contains Type 1 fonts converted from METAFONT fonts and covers entire EC/TC, EC Concrete, EC Bright and LH fonts (Computer Modern font families). All European and Cyrillic writings are covered. Each Type 1 font program contains ALL glyphs from the following standard LaTeX font encodings: T1, TS1, T2A, T2B, T2C, X2, and also Adobe StandardEncoding (585 glyphs per non-SC font and 468 glyphs per SC font), and could be reencoded to any of these encodings using standard dvips or pdftex facilities (the corresponding support files are also included).


Make the cm-super fonts available to X11

This package makes the cm-super fonts available to X11. This package does not contain any fonts itself but allows one to reuse the cm-super fonts as X11 screen fonts.


TeX font package (full version) with CM (EC) in Type1 in T1, T2*, TS1, X2 enc

This package ships the full set of cm-super fonts, for a minimal variant install cm-super-minimal. . The CM-Super package contains Type 1 fonts converted from METAFONT fonts and covers entire EC/TC, EC Concrete, EC Bright and LH fonts (Computer Modern font families). All European and Cyrillic writings are covered. Each Type 1 font program contains ALL glyphs from the following standard LaTeX font encodings: T1, TS1, T2A, T2B, T2C, X2, and also Adobe StandardEncoding (585 glyphs per non-SC font and 468 glyphs per SC font), and could be reencoded to any of these encodings using standard dvips or pdftex facilities (the corresponding support files are also included).


less horrible remake of Comic Sans

This font is an attempt to fix worst issues in the world's most reviled typeface while staying true to the general idea. . You're still not supposed to actually use the font yourself, but thanks to fontconfig substitutions having this package installed will help you survive weaponized uses such as the LibreSSL announcement or a html email from aunt June.


Terminus monospace font

This is a fixed-width vector font called Terminus. It is suitable for terminals, editors, etc. If you have to work for extended time in front of monitor (i.e. over eight hours), you may find that using this font reduces your eyes-fatigue.


Monospace Hermit Font for programming

This is a monospace font designed to be clear, pragmatic and very readable. Its creation has been focused on programming. Every glyph was carefully planned and calculated, according to defined principles and rules. For this reason, Hermit is coherent and regular.


Monospaced bitmap programming font

These are a set of fixed-width screen fonts that are designed for code listings. This is only the tiny version of the font collection.

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TrueType and Type1 Hebrew Fonts for X11

14 Hebrew font families. Contain ASCII glyphs from various sources. . Those families provide a basic set of a serif (Frank Ruehl), sans serif (Nachlieli) and monospaced (Miriam Mono) fonts. Also included Miriam, Drugulin, Aharoni, David, Hadasim etc. Cantillation marks support is available in Keter YG.


GFD-DENNOU Club Library (DCL) - font files

GFD-DENNOU Club Library (DCL) is a package of graphic and mathematical libraries developed by GFD-Dennou Club, see http://www.gfd-dennou.org/ It contains following libraries. * visualization libraries: wide variety of 1D and 2D graphics and limited 3D graphics * mathematical libraries FFT, Ordinary differential equation solver, Spherical harmonics analysis etc. . This package provides font files for DCL


music notation symbol fonts for Denemo

Denemo is a free (GPL) graphical music notation editor that lets you rapidly enter notation which it typesets using the LilyPond music engraver, creating notation straight from your input that outshines the commercial competition. You can compose, transcribe, arrange, listen to the music and much more. . This package contains the music notation symbol fonts.


music notation symbol fonts for denemo

GNU Denemo is a GUI musical score editor written in C/GTK+. It is intended primarily as a front end to GNU Lilypond, but is adaptable to other computer-music-related purposes as well. . This package contains the Music Notation Symbol Fonts.


font that imitates Daniel Kahn Gillmor's handwriting

This is a goofy TrueType font that mimics Daniel Kahn Gillmor's handwriting. It covers charset ISO-8859-1 plus some extra characters, and it includes bold, italic, and bold italic variants.


display typographical ligatures in major modes

This package converts graphemes (characters) present in major modes of your choice to the stylistic ligatures present in your frame's font. It though only works with Debian's emacs-gtk package. . Additionally, this Debian package automatically enables system-wide all known programming ligatures of Fira Code and Jetbrains Mono for programming modes and the "www" ligature of Fira Code for all major modes. . Further fonts in Debian known to support programming ligatures are listed in the package's optional dependencies. Without at least one of them, this package is of little use.


Essays 1743 TrueType font

This font is based on the typeface used in a 1743 English translation of Montaigne's Essays. It contains normal, bold, italic and bold italic versions of 817 characters: all of ASCII, Latin-1, and Latin Extended A; some of Latin Extended B (basically, the ones that are more or less based on Roman letters); and a variety of other characters, such as oddball punctuation, numerals, etc.


generic font configuration library - support binaries

Fontconfig is a font configuration and customization library, which does not depend on the X Window System. It is designed to locate fonts within the system and select them according to requirements specified by applications. . Fontconfig is not a rasterization library, nor does it impose a particular rasterization library on the application. The X-specific library 'Xft' uses fontconfig along with freetype to specify and rasterize fonts. . This package contains a program to maintain the fontconfig cache (fc-cache), a sample program to list installed fonts (fc-list), a program to test the matching rules (fc-match) and a program to dump the binary cache files in string form (fc-cat). It no longer makes fonts managed by defoma available to fontconfig applications.


generic font configuration library - configuration

Fontconfig is a font configuration and customization library, which does not depend on the X Window System. It is designed to locate fonts within the system and select them according to requirements specified by applications. . This package contains the configuration files and scripts for fontconfig.


custom icon webfonts from the comfort of the command line

Generate cross-browser icon fonts and supporting files (@font-face CSS, etc.) from a collection of SVGs.


font editor - non-X version

FontForge is a font editor. Use it to create, edit and convert fonts in OpenType, TrueType, UFO, CID-keyed, Multiple Master, and many other formats. . This package also provides these programs and utilities: fontimage - produce a font thumbnail image; fontlint - checks the font for certain common errors; sfddiff - compare two font files. . This package contains a version of FontForge compiled with support for scripting but no GUI, and not require the graphics library.


font editor

FontForge is a font editor. Use it to create, edit and convert fonts in OpenType, TrueType, UFO, CID-keyed, Multiple Master, and many other formats. . This package also provides these programs and utilities: fontimage - produce a font thumbnail image; fontlint - checks the font for certain common errors; sfddiff - compare two font files.