screen font

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Synonyms for screen font

the font that is displayed on a computer screen

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ATM Deluxe comes with 30 Adobe Originals bonus fonts, including the popular Minion(R) Condensed, Myriad(R), Utopia(R), and Tekton(R) multiple master, as well as specialized display fonts such as Lithos(R) and Nueva(R).
OEMs can select from four prepackaged font sets that are shown in the WindML font demo program: a Microsoft(R) Windows(R)-compatible core set that provides metrically equivalent designs; a collection of display fonts engineered for optimal readability on television screens; a TV font pack that meets FCC requirements for closed captioning on analog and digital TVs; and a stroke-based package, a set of composite East Asian fonts that allows OEMs to achieve storage savings of 90 percent or more.
ATM Deluxe comes with 30 Adobe Original bonus fonts, including the popular Minion(R) Condensed, Myriad(R), Utopia(R) and Tekton(R) multiple master families, as well as specialized display fonts such as Lithos(R) and Nueva(TM).
OEMs can select from four prepackaged font sets: a Microsoft(R) Windows(R)-compatible core set that provides metrically equivalent designs; a collection of display fonts engineered for optimal readability on television screens; a TV font pack that meets FCC requirements for closed captioning on analog and digital TVs; and a stroke-based package, a set of composite East Asian fonts that allows OEMs to achieve storage savings of 90 percent or more.
The P22 font collection provides a blend of image and display fonts inspired by graphic styles ranging from modern art, fine art, ancient history and Americana.
Users can also choose to display fonts in their actual faces and change font names, all from within the font menu.
OEMs can select from four prepackaged font sets: Agfa Monotype's stroke-based package, a set of composite Asian fonts that allows OEMs to meet stringent code requirements while achieving dramatic storage savings; a Microsoft(R) Windows(R)-compatible core set that provides metrically equivalent designs; a collection of high-quality, delta-hinted display fonts engineered for optimal readability on television screens; and a TV font pack that meets FCC requirements (EIA-708B standard) for closed captioning on analog and digital TVs.
Founded in 1985, Image Club specializes in providing original clip art, brand name display fonts, and stock photographic images in digital form to designers, small businesses, educators and non-profit organizations that perform desktop publishing.
Further, Quickoffice will now come equipped with a Windows desktop Font Converter utility designed to convert TrueType fonts to display fonts for use within Quickword.
QVGA-aware applications include support for a high-resolution 240 x 320 pixel screen, additional display fonts, and a collapsible "virtual" graffiti area.
OEMs can select from four prepackaged font sets: a Microsoft(R) Windows(R) -compatible core set that provides metrically equivalent designs; a collection of high-quality, delta-hinted display fonts engineered for optimal readability on television screens; a TV font pack that meets FCC requirements (EIA-708B standard) for closed captioning on analog and digital TVs; and Agfa Monotype's stroke-based package, a set of composite Asian fonts that allows OEMs to meet stringent code requirements while achieving storage savings of 90 percent.
In addition to the TV pack which supports the EIA-708B standard for closed captioning, OEMs can choose from three other prepackaged font collections: a Microsoft(R) Windows(R)-compatible core set that provides metrically equivalent designs; a suite of delta-hinted display fonts engineered for optimal readability on television screens; and Agfa Monotype's stroke-based package, a set of composite Asian fonts that allows OEMs to meet stringent code requirements while achieving storage savings of 90 percent.