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''Handwritten opentype font with a natural rendering''
  
 
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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
  
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Using the Linux operating system and the Fontforge software, Philippe Cochy created the handwritten font Pecita. It uses features to reach a design very similar to handwriting.
  
 
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| Opentype font using Contextual Alternates, Standard Ligatures, Randomize, Small Caps, Subscripts, Superscripts.
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| SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1.
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◆ Requester: fill in the following information:
 
  – Homepage ① : is a link to the font project upstream home, for example [http://dejavu.sf.net/ DejaVu].
 
  – Format ② :
 
    ‣ we prefer modern TTF or OTF fonts,
 
      ⇒ http://www.myanmarnlp.net.mm/doc/Workshop%20on%20Myanmar%20Unicode%20Font_2005-12-16/Presentations/Myanmar%20OpenType%20Font%2020051215.ppt
 
    ‣ Unicode encoding is mandatory.
 
      ⇒ http://www.unicode.org/standard/WhatIsUnicode.html
 
    ‣ If the font includes advanced smart font features please document them too.
 
      ⇒ http://linuxlibertine.sourceforge.net/Libertine-EN.html#opentype
 
  – License ③: should correspond to an entry on our legal page. If that's not the case please follow the procedure documented on that page to check the license acceptability.
 
      ⇒ Legal_considerations_for_fonts#licenses
 
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    ‣ you can reference this wiki page in your review request as additional information.
 
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! rowspan="2" | BI
 
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    ‣ other scripts ③: list the corresponding IS0 15924 codes.
 
      ⇒ http://www.unicode.org/iso15924/iso15924-codes.html
 
      ⇒ tools you can use to check coverage: gucharmap, fontforge, http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/font/custom.htm
 
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  — « Category:Packaged fonts » for a packaged font, available in Fedora.
 
  — « Category:Rejected and retired fonts » for a font we decided not to package after review, or removed from current Fedora repositories for some other reason.
 
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  — « Category:Decorative fonts » for a font used in titles and other short runs of text, typically requested by the Artwork team
 
  — « Category:International fonts » for a font with unusual unicode coverage, typically requested by the I18N or L10N teams
 
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Revision as of 01:05, 25 May 2012

A page of the Fonts Special Interest Group


Handwritten opentype font with a natural rendering


Description

Using the Linux operating system and the Fontforge software, Philippe Cochy created the handwritten font Pecita. It uses features to reach a design very similar to handwriting.


Characteristics

Homepage Format & features License
http://pecita.eu/police-en.php Opentype font using Contextual Alternates, Standard Ligatures, Randomize, Small Caps, Subscripts, Superscripts. SIL Open Font License, Version 1.1.