MacFonts-CursiveFonts

Developer: Macware, Inc

Current Version: 1.2

Last Updated: 10 months ago

Download Size: 8.5 MB - Download

Description:

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An inspired collection of 10 elegant and script fonts, including a personal AND commercial use license for a single user so you can use the fonts in any home, business or for-profit project. All fonts are available in OpenType format and work in all applications including Quark, Illustrator, Photoshop, Microsoft Office, iLife, iWork, Pixelmator and more.

Advantages of OpenType Fonts:
The OpenType font format provides a single cross-platform compatible font file for easy font management and improved document portability between the Mac and PC platforms; ability to embed fonts into PDF projects; superior print quality; and improved language support with an expanded set of international characters including the Euro currency symbol.

Recommended for:
Web development
Graphic designers
Creative artists
Corporate design
Self-publishing
Game development
Printers
Online and print publications
Advertisements
Catalogs
Brochures
Manuals
Product design
Direct marketing
Mailing campaigns
Video editing
Print and Broadcast media
Greeting cards
Wedding and party invitations
Event announcements
T-shirts
Calendars
Newsletters
Banners
Signs

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Release Notes:

+ Fixed the Save As button
+ Minor Font Enhancements
+ Added Ability to register product.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.2
Review by Reed2R

Nice and useful fonts - Note to reviewer summer18241: what makes this awful? If I use a font it’s for a particular reason or project. All you ever need is Helvetica? Wow. Now if all these fonts were based off of Comic Sans, you might have an argument. I agree that you can go stupid with font choices but why limit yourself to the same fonts everyone else is using? Just a weird complaint to downgrade useful software (nice fonts) from a good company.

Found helpful by 39 out of 40 people
1/5
Version 1.2
Review by laurenvaughn

No. - If you’re a designer, these fonts are terrible. If you’re not a designer, do yourself and everyone around a favor and DON’T use any of these fonts. A classic like helvetica is all you need! Potentially good for a school teacher who has no taste?

Found helpful by 12 out of 48 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.2
Review by Reed2R

Nice and useful fonts - Note to reviewer summer18241: what makes this awful? If I use a font it’s for a particular reason or project. All you ever need is Helvetica? Wow. Now if all these fonts were based off of Comic Sans, you might have an argument. I agree that you can go stupid with font choices but why limit yourself to the same fonts everyone else is using? Just a weird complaint to downgrade useful software (nice fonts) from a good company.

Found helpful by 39 out of 40 people
1/5
Version 1.2
Review by VTMple

Disappointing - Only one I can use - wanted handwritting and got a bunch of other stuff I will never use!

Found helpful by 1 out of 11 people
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