TrueType fonts have scalable outlines, but to reproduce oldschool raster characters, the outlines are designed to snap to the pixel grid at one particular font size. Obviously this "native" size differs from font to font, but each font will look best at that native size or integer multiples thereof. This size depends on the original font's pixel dimensions, but scalable text is usually measured in points pt.
The font metrics have been tuned so that the "native" point size is an integer in both systems, so with 96 DPI it'll be a multiple of 3 , and with 72 DPI a multiple of 4. On newfangled super-high-PPI displays scaling artifacts become less apparent, so you may be able to get away with arbitrary sizes. All fonts replicate the original bitmap characters for modern square-pixel displays. However, the original fonts were mostly used in various non-square pixel resolutions, so aspect ratio is not preserved: most of these fonts will be somewhat squashed vertically, compared to their appearance on original hardware.
Aspect-corrected variants may be added in the future.
Fonts in this pack come in three variants. Each font has at least the first two:.
They are exact duplicates of the original pixel fonts in outline form, and characters are Unicode-mapped for maximum compatibility see below for details. Bitmap versions of the above. Available only in Windows. FON format for now, but other versions may be added at some point. On top of the CP range, these support extended Latin, Greek, Cyrillic and Hebrew scripts plus a bunch of additional glyphs and Unicode symbols.
The extra characters were taken from international versions of the original hardware if available , or designed to closely follow the existing ones. A handful of the cp glyphs had to be remapped here's why , but they're all still around. Since any TrueType font can and should include a Unicode character map, these are still Unicode fonts with multi-platform support - they just don't include a whole lot of the Unicode range. Mapping CP to Unicode isn't that simple, due to characters 00h-1Fh and 7Fh : they can be interpreted either as control codes, or as graphical symbols.
Trouble is, software that expects one of them may not always play nice with the other one.
As a solution, these fonts cover both bases in one mapping: the ambiguous characters are duplicated so that your program will find them at either placement. Instead of just dropping the CP originals, I tried to retain them at remapped code points for the sake of completeness. Both of those have their own code points, so the new mapping simply preserves the original whatever it looks like.
However, once a trial or subscription font has been installed, it will remain on your system until the end of the usage period, even during times that you do not have an Internet connection. Purchased fonts will always be available.
If you are using a service that allows the manual download of a font, try downloading and installing it manually after removing it through the SkyFonts app. If the problem continues, try using the font in a different program. If this does not work, or the font a trial or subscription font, please send us a support request using the Support link at the top of this page.
To make sure SkyFonts is functioning properly, please try to install a free font from one of the font provider sites: any of the Google Fonts should work for this test. If this does not work, please send a support request using the Support link at the top of this page. For Mac users: You will see the SkyFonts icon in the menu bar, at the upper-right of your screen.
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For Windows users: The SkyFonts icon will be located in the taskbar, at the bottom-right of your screen. Retail customers are scattered across a wide range of touchpoints and react with them all interchangeably. However, they're all linked through the mobile experience.
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