The attached font 'CAMBRIDGE' is Copyright [c] Roger White - all
rights reserved. In using this font it will be taken that you have read and
agreed to the following conditions:-
The font archives must contain all of the files specified:-
Postscript Type 1 package - CAMBRIDG.ZIP contains:-
TrueType package - CAMBRIDG.ZIP Contains:-
This font has been made available as Type 1 and Truetype for the PC.
Alteration of the character set of the font, and conversion to any
other font format is expressly forbidden.
PAYMENT FOR USE
Provided this font is used for personal purposes then no fee is payable to
the author for it's use. You may use this font yourself and may pass on
copies to your friends provided that the copy contains all of the files
from the original package. Distribution can be by electronic means or on
If this font is used for commercial purposes then the user agrees to make a
one off payment to the author of £25.00.
If this font is distributed as part of a collection which has not been
compiled by the author, whether on floppy disk, CD-ROM or any other such
media, the distributor agrees to pay to the author a royalty of £0.01 for
each of the authors fonts which are included in the collection, for each
copy of the collection which is sold.
If this font is distributed on the cover of a magazine, whether on floppy
disk, cd-rom or any other medium, then the magazine agrees to pay to the
author the sum of £0.01 for each of the authors fonts included in the
collection, multiplied by the certified number of copies of the magazine
ABOUT THE FONT
'CAMBRIDGE' is a high quality font containing full hinting for correct rendering
at small point sizes and a total of 244 kerning pairs for correct character
spacing. It is supplied 'as is' and no waranty is implied or given by the
author. The font is suitable for both headlines and body text, and should
render well down to 6 point. The font contains a full range of upper and lower
case letters together with the figures 0 to 9 and a full range of punctuation.
There are however no diacritics. It was hand traced in order to achieve a high
quality outline and compiled using Type Designer 3.1. This font
represents approximately 400 man-hours of work.
The latest version of this font is always available for download from the
file list of the fonts conference on the Cix conferencing system. The author
would appreciate notification of any problems experienced with this font
together with any suggestions for improvements.
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