The Mariposa System

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The Mariposa System

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A colour font, Mariposa, in a file named MARIPOSA.otf, is now available, free to use, no registration required.

http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~ngo/m ... _novel.htm

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Some readers may enjoy reading Chapter 3 of the novel as it is about the making of a colour font.

http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~ngo/t ... er_003.pdf

A PDF document of size 22.54 kilobytes.

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Re: The Mariposa System

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I have a few minutes ago updated the Mariposa font that is available to have the Embedding Licensing Rights as Installable.

I am hoping to produce a web page that will use the font and I think that I may need to have the Embedding Licensing Rights as Installable so that Microsoft Edge will allow its use for remote fetching. But I am not sure, so I have done it anyway. Experimentation continues.

I may need to make a .woff font but I am not sure whether I need to do that at present.

William Overington

Tuesday 26 January 2021
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Re: The Mariposa System

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I have got the web page working.

A gentleman who had not got the font installed kindly tested it for me.

I did not need a .woff font.

http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~ngo/m ... glyphs.htm

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