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Type 1 font for Adobe ATM - Windows 3.0.
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Type 1 font for Adobe ATM – Windows 3.0.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
MAZAMREG.AFM 31278 6324 deflated
MAZAMREG.PFB 26494 24610 deflated
MAZAMREG.PFM 6205 3351 deflated
README.TXT 1810 1026 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file

MAZAMA (Type 1) Version 2.1.0 (6/13/91) 1991 James M. Harris.
All rights reserved.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This version fixes all printing problems and postscript
errors associated with imagesetter output.

MAZAMA is a beautiful Type 1 (ATM compatible) display typeface based on
M.G.B. Patrician. This font has uppercase characters, numerals, and punctuation
only. There are numerous alternate swash characters for most of the characters
(10 characters have two alternates). It was created entirely with Letraset
FontStudio 2.0 (release version). MAZAMA includes the AFM file as well as
this READ ME document. There are now also 1,380 kerning pairs!


I am asking only $25 for MAZAMA, with a free 10 day trial period to test
it out and see if you like it. If you keep it any longer than 10 days you
will feel guilty and send in your $25, right? In exchange, you will be a
licensed user and you can freely download any updates off of the online
services or BBSs. Not a bad deal, eh? Or send me your email address along
with your shareware fee and I will upload any updates via email directly
to you. Even better?

I can be reached via email on America OnLine (frequently): JHarris
Compuserve (infrequently): 76307,470


James M. Harris
2777 Cleveland Avenue, Suite 112
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

(make checks payable to James M. Harris)

MAZAMA may be freely distributed as long as the following conditions are
adhered to:
the font must not be modified/changed/altered in any way, and this READ ME
file must be included. Companies that distribute shareware and public domain
programs on disks (i.e. Educorp and BMUG) must get permission in writing
before including this typeface or its accompanying files.

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