Contents of the FLEMISH.TXT file
I converted this public domain Type 3 font to PC True Type format
using AllType v.2. This is the original read.me file, included for
decency's sake. The True Type font can be installed in Windows 3.1
using the Fonts tool in the System toolkit. The original author of
this font should not be held responsible for any problems you
might encounter while using this converted version. --Meg Hamel
Flemish was developed by Richard Mitchell (publisher of the
Underground Grammarian), using all of the previous versions of
Fontographer. Richard has put this font into the public domain,
but would appreciate your writing him a note telling him where you
have used Flemish. His address is:
The Underground Grammarian
P.O. Box 203
Glassboro, NJ 08028
The version of Flemish that accompanies this file has been updated
to use the hints available in Fontographer 3.0.
You can use the font without modifications if you will install the
bitmaps (in the Flemish.bmap file) into your System file using the
Font/DA Mover. You must also drop the PostScript file (Flemi) into
your System Folder. You can ignore the Flemish.AFM file or throw
it out if you do not intend to put this font on any computer other
than a Macintosh.
The Flemish file with the big black F on it is the Fontographer
3.0 outline source file. It cannot be opened with any previous
version of Fontographer, so if you wish to modify Flemish
directly, you must have Fontographer 3.0 or later.
If you have any further questions, contact Earl Allen, Altsys
Technical Support at CIS 76004,2071 or MCI Mail ALTSYS.