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From: "doug" <deleveld AT dds DOT nl>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: Allegro Fonts:Getting
Date: 12 Jul 2000 19:18:44 GMT
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Manni Heumann <manni DOT heumann AT gmx DOT de> schreef in artikel
<396c3c97$1_1 AT news DOT uni-bielefeld DOT de>...
> That poses an interesting question: If you take a TTF from 
> your win95 installation, convert it to something usable with 
> Allegro and then distribute this along with one of your 
> programs... would that be legal?

There are lots of freeware TTF fonts (of varying quality)
Do an search for freeware ttf fonts and you will find lots.

Doug

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