Verdana and Georia in the Public Domain?

  Pesala 09:35 02 Dec 2003
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I read on another forum that these fonts are in the public domain. Is that true? If so, they would be ideal for putting Pāli texts on my website.

  Pesala 09:37 02 Dec 2003

Georgia looks very much like Century Schoolbook.

  Jester2K II 09:39 02 Dec 2003

Verdana is - use it one mine.

If you want to use a non-standard font on a wedsite search for WEFT from MS. If allows you to embed a font into your website so everyone can use it even if they don't have the font on their PC.

click here

  Pesala 09:47 02 Dec 2003

I downloaded the Weft tools ages ago, but it looks a bit too intimidating to me. I suspect it would be much easier to put a link on the relevant pages so that users can download the VerdanaPali font if they want to view Pali texts.

Verdana is fine for the web, Georgia would be a better choice for printed publications.

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