Dec 132017
ATM Type 1 font - Rothman.
File ROTHMA.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
Category Font Collections
ATM Type 1 font – Rothman.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
ROTHMAN.AFM 3862 1209 deflated
ROTHMAN.PFB 13656 9522 deflated
ROTHMAN.PFM 590 259 deflated
ROTHMAN.TXT 1741 964 deflated

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Contents of the ROTHMAN.TXT file


Rothman is an Art Deco PostScript font containing all alphabetic and numeric characters and punctuation. It is ATM-compatible. The characters are quite condensed; the lower-case characters are simply the upper-case characters squished 50% with the same character widths.
Rothman was named for George Rothman, the conductor of the Columbia University Orchestra, and who expressed an interest in the "Empire" font to use for his publicity. Rothman is based on "Empire."

The font software enclosed is 1991 by David Rakowski, All Rights Reserved. It is distributed free of charge. You may give out copies, providing all files within this archive are included, and providing you do not make money. Distribution commercially and via user groups is specifically allowed.

Converted for ATM/PC from the original Mac files and uploaded by permission of the author.

A check made out to Columbia University and sent to Cynthia Lemiesz, 703 Dodge Hall, Columbia University, New York, NY 10027 where the payments are treated as tax-deductible donations to help the sadly underfunded Columbia Composers put on their concerts, would be very nice.

Put these files in your font directory (eg.c:\fonts), point ATM at it, select the font and tell it to ADD. Don't forget to do the "printer setup shuffle" in WinWord to get it added to the list!

Some flavors of PS printers or cartidges seem to have trouble with some fonts made with Fonto 3.1 (if you have any try replacing the copyright symbols (A9) with spaces (20) in the plain ASCII section at the head of PFB.) These latest uploads were made with 3.2 and shouldn't present the problem.

Either flavor fonts work perfectly with ATM in PCL mode.

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