Contents of the WILLHARR.TXT file
The Will-Harris font is patterned after the display font 'Skyline.' It is a special-effect font wherein the characters look like views through Venetian blinds of a city skyline. A headline set in this font will appear to have been cut from a continuous city skyline. There is a full set of alphabetic, numeric and punctuation characters in this font. I recommend not using the font at sizes smaller than 72 points.
The Will-Harris font is named after the guy who asked for it. The Will-Harris font is copyright (c) 1992 by David Rakowski. All Rights Reserved. It is distributed free of charge for personal use. You may keep as many copies as you please (up to 41,902) and may freely give out copies to individuals, providing you include all the files in the original archive, including the Read Me file. User groups and nonprofit organizations may include this font on their nominal charge disks with the same stipulations. For profit organizations such as shareware/public domain outfits are specifically prohibited from including this font on any disk they give away or sell. If you really, really, REALLY like this font, send lots of money to the Columbia University Music Department, 703 Dodge Hall, New York, NY 10027.
The Will-Harris font comes from Insect Bytes, where we don't have the kind of skyline portrayed in this font; nor do we ever want one.