Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Vista fonts in Wine

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1 comment:

Ben said...

Actually they begin with "C" for "ClearType", Microsoft's font hinting technology. Their official name is "Microsoft ClearType Font Collection".
Also, they are designed to stand as their own as Microsoft's official descriptions show:
- Calibri, designed by Luc(as) de Groot, is a sans serif design with a rich soft character that makes the font suitable for documents, email and Web design. Calibri is the new default sans serif font in Microsoft Office 2007.

- Cambria, designed by Jelle Bosma with Steve Matteson & Robin Nicholas, is a serif design suitable for business documents. Ross Mills designed Cambria Math, featuring an extensive character set for mathematical, scientific and technical publications. Cambria is the new default serif font in Microsoft Office 2007.

- Candara, designed by Gary Munch, is lively but not intrusive sans serif design suitable for email, Web design and informal settings.

- Consolas, designed by Luc(as) de Groot, is a monospaced font (like an old typewriter) and good for programmers setting code (its core purpose).

- Constantia, designed by John Hudson, is a modulated wedge-serif design ideal for e-book and journal publishing both online and in print.

- Corbel, designed by Jeremy Tankard, was designed to give an uncluttered and clean appearance on screen.

- Cariadings, designed by Geraldine Wade, is a new symbol font featuring typographic ornaments that can be used as watermarks, border enhancements or icons.