Contents of the GESSELE.TXT file
Gessele-Script is an elegant script font from the Art Nouveau period. The characters are unslanted and are drawn as if with a quill pen, with thick down strokes and thin up strokes. There's a complete alphabet in the font, as well as punctuation and numbers. There are no diacritics. There are also three extra characters: an alternate upper-case M will be found at ascii 229 on PCs, shift-option M on Macintosh; a final swash lower-case e at ascii 171 (option-e followed by option-e on Macintosh); and a final swash lower-case n at ascii 247 (option-n followed by option-n on Macintosh). The Macintosh keystrokes given apply to the System 7 keyboard mapping.
The Gessele-Script font has been uploaded in PostScript Type 1 and TrueType versions for both Macintosh and PC platforms. Other platforms are not supported. All versions of this font are copyright (c) 1992 by David Rakowski. All Rights Reserved. It is distributed as shareware. You may keep your copy of the font and give out copies to friends, providing all the files from the original archive (including the one you are reading) are included. If you keep the font for more than 31 days, or if you like, use, or worship the font, please make a tax-deductible contribution of $6.49 to the Columbia University Music Department. Your money helps to pay for performances of music composed by Columbia University students. Make a check out to Columbia University and send it to Cynthia Lemiesz, Music Department, 703 Dodge Hall, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027. With your check, you might also enclose a small clump of cat hair.
Nonprofit organizations and user groups may include this font on their nominal charge disks, providing all the files from the original archive are included. For profit organizations are specifically prohibited from selling this font on any disk they sell or give away.
Gessele-Script comes from Insect Bytes, who would like to remind you that "Gessele" has three syllables.