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The fonts contained in this archive are Freeware.
No payment is required for the use of these fonts. They're free!
Commercial use? Sure, but a donation or a product sample would be
$40 US is the usual amount per font for commercial use but any amount is appreciated.
I make all the fonts (over 275 of them) on my web page and they're all free.
I offer Deluxe versions of some of my fonts for sale. They contain several
weights and styles of each font. Just click on the Deluxe button at Larabie Fonts to see them.
The page is called Larabie Fonts
It can be found at various mirror sites.
I've provided the world with over 275 free fonts,
so if you'd like to make a donation I'd be more than happy to accept it.
No donation is too small! Music and artwork are good too.
If you have some CD's you're not listening to anymore, send 'em along!
Send anything at all to
61 Wesley Ave.
If you decide to send a cheque (that's how we spell it in Canada)
make it payable to Ray Larabie. If you want to double check the address
have a look at the donation section on any of my webpages.
Canadian or US funds? Any funds are fine with me.
Whatever's easy for you.
Larabie Fonts End-user license agreement software product from Larabie Fonts
SOFTWARE PRODUCT LICENSE
The SOFTWARE PRODUCT is protected by copyright laws and international copyright treaties,
as well as other intellectual property laws and treaties. The SOFTWARE PRODUCT is licensed,
1. GRANT OF LICENSE. This document grants you the following rights:
- Installation and Use. You may install and use an unlimited number of copies of the
- Reproduction and Distribution. You may reproduce and distribute an unlimited number of
copies of the SOFTWARE PRODUCT; provided that each copy shall be a true and complete copy,
including all copyright and trademark notices (if applicable) , and shall be accompanied by
a copy of this text file. Copies of the SOFTWARE PRODUCT may not be distributed for profit
either on a standalone basis or included as part of your own product unless by prior
permission of Larabie Fonts.
2. DESCRIPTION OF OTHER RIGHTS AND LIMITATIONS.
- Restrictions on Alteration. You may not rename, edit or create any derivative works from
the SOFTWARE PRODUCT, other than subsetting when embedding them in documents unless you have
permission from Larabie Fonts.
NO WARRANTIES. Larabie Fonts expressly disclaims any warranty for the SOFTWARE PRODUCT. The
SOFTWARE PRODUCT and any related documentation is provided "as is" without warranty of any
kind, either express or implied, including, without limitation, the implied warranties or
merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or noninfringement. The entire risk
arising out of use or performance of the SOFTWARE PRODUCT remains with you.
NO LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. In no event shall Larabie Fonts be liable for any
damages whatsoever (including, without limitation, damages for loss of business profits,
business interruption, loss of business information, or any other pecuniary loss) arising
out of the use of or inability to use this product, even if Larabie Fonts has been advised
of the possibility of such damages.
Should you have any questions concerning this document, or if you desire to contact
Larabie Fonts for any reason, please contact [email protected] , or write: Ray Larabie,
61 Wesley Ave. Mississauga, ON Canada L5H 2M8
After you have downloaded the ZIP file, use an unzip program to extract the fonts. If you don't have such a program, try Winzip or if you want a free one, try EasyZip.
Take the extracted font (A True Type font) and put it in the c:\windows\fonts folder. The font will install automatically. After the font has been installed it will be available in any program that lets you choose a font. You can throw the ZIP file in the recycle bin after you're done.
Warning: Don't unzip fonts directly into your c:\windows\fonts folder. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. Don't do it ... it's bad. Not bad like Michael Jackson bad, I mean actually bad.
Can't install anymore fonts? If the number of fonts you have install is getting close to a thousand then you should seek counseling! :-)
All files are encoded and compressed.
You must have STUFFIT EXPANDER 5.1.2 (or better) to expand them.
Some of you are using Stuffit Expander 4.5 which is what came with your browser or your computer. This WILL NOT WORK.
STUFFIT EXPANDER 5.1.2 is available for free from www.aladdinsys.com.
It is a small download and is compatible will all versions of the MacOS better than 7.5
If you still can't figure it out, try emailing Davey Debus might be able to help you out. He does all the Mac conversions for Larabie Fonts. If you need some fonts converted, he's the man for the job. Check out his home page and his fonts at bombhaus.com.
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