LINGUIST List 4.1061

Thu 16 Dec 1993

FYI: Fonts

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  1. Ecological Linguistics,Anderson,PRT, Phonetic etc. fonts avail!
  2. Vicki Fromkin, Fonts

Message 1: Phonetic etc. fonts avail!

Date: 10 Dec 93 14:42 GMT
From: Ecological Linguistics,Anderson,PRT <ECOLINGapplelink.apple.com>
Subject: Phonetic etc. fonts avail!

Courtesy of one of the designers, Charles Bigelow, the elements of the typeface
LucidaSans specialized for phonetic usage are available free of charge. You
can either send a self-addressed 52" stamped envelope and an uninitialized disk
(3.5 or 5" for Windows TrueType; 3.5" 1400K disk for Macintosh TrueType
together with Postscript Type 1) or send $5 (no disks or stamps), to Ecological
Linguistics, P.O. Box 15156, Washington, D.C., 20003.

Ecological Linguistics also offers the same TrueType and Postscript formats for
a commercial serif Times-style typeface with bold, oblique, and bold-oblique
styles, in three fonts, one for regular text including capitals, one Extended,
and one Alternate. $60.

A full catalog of Ecological Linguistics offerings for both Macintosh and
Windows, in nearly the full range of alphabets of the world, is available free
from

Ecological Linguistics, P.O. Box 15156, Washington, D.C., 20003,

or by sending your postal address via email to

ECOLINGApplelink.Apple.com.

(For Windows the offerings exclude Arabic-Persian-Pashto-Mongolian-Syriac,
Hebrew, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, for lack of operating system
software support. Sorry about that.)
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Message 2: Fonts

Date: Thu, 09 Dec 93 15:19 PST
From: Vicki Fromkin <IYO1VAFMVS.OAC.UCLA.EDU>
Subject: Fonts

I am responding to the query about the IPA font for PC's to LINGUIST
rather than the querier since this comes up so often.

i find the IPA fonts put out by Atech Software satisfactory. Information
can be supplied by calling 1-800-786-FONT.

Vicki Fromkin
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