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4 thoughts on “International Cyrillic Monospaced Fonts”
I have a font named DMCA Sans Serif.
Here are some properties of it:
No OpenType features
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Scripts: Latin, Greek, Cyrillic, Armenian and Georgian, but also Arabic, Hebrew, Thai and Japanese.
DMCA Sans Serif is based entirely on Consolas type family. Consolas is a monospaced typeface, designed by Luc(as) de Groot. It is a part of the ClearType Font Collection. It has been included with Windows since Windows Vista, Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, and is available for download from Microsoft.
The license of Consolas doesn’t allow derivative fonts. So that DMCA Sans Serif is in violation of Microsoft license.
More comments here: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19066586
DMCA Sans Serif isn’t a derivative work of Consolas, in the same way fonts like FreeSans and FreeMono aren’t derivative works either. But Code New Roman is a derivative work of Consolas, so why is it here when Code New Roman is a derivative work of Consolas?
You haven’t replied yet???
And stop with the ycombinator link because it’s outdated and DMCA Sans Serif already resolved all copyright and trademark problems.