- Vinegar Regular
Vinegar Regular font
|File name||Font Format||Version||Glyphs||Size|
|vinegar-regular.otf||OTF - OpenType||1.000||201||19 Kb|
Copyright (c) 2008 by Tjarda Koster / Jelloween Font Foundry. Some rights reserved. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License - http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/nl/deed.en
Vinegar is a trademark of Tjarda Koster.
Jelloween Freeware Fonts - README
JELLOWEEN FREEWARE FONTS - README
Hi there! Thank you for downloading a Jelloween Freeware Font.
All fonts contained in this ZIP file are licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License
and are free to use for personal purposes ONLY.
They may NOT be sold, they may not be renamed or converted and they may not be not altered, transformed, or build upon without my permission.
Click here to read the full end-user license agreement.
If you want to use the fonts commercially, contact me first (see also FAQ below). Contact information can be found at the bottom of this page.
I shall, in no event, be liable for any damages arising out of use of this font.
If you'd like to make a voluntary donation to the Jelloween Font Foundry for the use of the free fonts please click the button below.
Any amount is greatly appreciated and helps me/the Jelloween Font Foundry continue to exist!
For more fonts, visit www.myfonts.com/foundry/jelloween/ and
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How do I use these fonts in my favourite software?
A: In Windows, you take the fonts out of the ZIP file (e.g. using WinZip) and place them in your Fonts folder,
which can be found in your Control Panel. The next time you run your software, the font will be available.
For more info on installing fonts in Windows, visit the
help section at myFonts and for Mac installation
Q: How can I use these fonts on a web page?
A: If you're using Acrobat or Flash, make sure the font embedding
settings are turned on. Consult your manual. To use the fonts as headings or titles, use image creation software such as
Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro.
Save the images as GIF files and put them on your web page.
Q: Can I send you a sample of the nifty thing I created with your fonts?
A: Of course. Contact information can be found at the bottom of this page.
Q: Are these freeware fonts really free?
A: Yup, they are. Jelloween commercial fonts, like Machinato,
and Chewy Blossom, are available through
myFonts.com. Be sure to go have a look at them too!
Q: I have suggestions/comments to improve your fonts. Can I contact you?
A: For sure. If, for some reason, the font is not working correctly, let me know and I'll do my best to fix it.
Also suggestions and comments to improve my fonts are more than welcome!
Q: Can I use freeware fonts for commercial purposes?
A: If you want to use a Jelloween Freeware Font for a commercial purpose, you have to buy a commercial license. The license fee for a
single-user license that allows use of the font in electronic documents and/or data files ranges between $10-$30 depending on the font you'd like to license. For use in tangible (i.e. non-digital) materials and products, the license fee depends on the product(s) you would like to use the font in and the scale of your business. Discounts apply when buying multiple licenses :)
Contact me if you are interested in buying a commercial license.
Q: I'm not sure if the thing I want to use your font for is considered a 'commercial purpose'...
A: Contact me and I'd be happy to tell you.
Q: What's a ligature?
A: Wikipedia explains it all! To learn how to use ligatures
in Illustrator and Photoshop click
If you have any other questions, you may contact me using the contact information at the bottom of this page.
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