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distribute the mixing font with 'M+' and 'IPA font' for Japanese Users. Project homepage: http://mix-mplus-ipa.osdn.jp/
M+ FONTS are a font family under the Free license. You can use, copy, and distribute it, with or without modification, either commercially and noncommercially.
License: mplus Font License
Free Kanji font including over 80,000 Unicode characters.
"Gutenberg Labo" is Japanese font foundry, and provides open license fonts made from public domain printings and original designs. This Project also provides original-designed fonts by the open license.
License: mplus Font License
In using IPA fonts/IPAex fonts, please comply with the terms and conditions set out in "IPA Font License Agreement v1.0：http://ipafont.ipa.go.jp/ipa_font_license_v1.html" included in this package. Any use, reproduction or distribution of the IPA Font/IPAex font or any exercise of rights under "IPA Font License Agreement v1.0" by a Recipient constitutes the Recipient's acceptance of the License Agreement.
License: IPA Font License
Japanese fonts licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0. Gothic and mincho typefaces are released (but the both of them are under developing, and lack many glyphs now.)
Development Status: 2 - Pre-Alpha
Free Japanese Gothic/Mincho Font
Font meta-family, multiple styles, for Japanese, English, and Korean, made with Metafont. Full coverage of hiragana, katakana, hangul, and Latin. Partial coverage of grade-school kanji. Also includes IDSgrep, a tool for querying kanji databases...
User Interface: Console (Text Based)
Japanese TrueType font obtained by mixing M+ FONTS and Open Sans.
Development Status: 3 - Alpha
License: Apache License V2.0
Operating System: OS Portable (Source code to work with many OS platforms)
JIS X 0213ベースの和田研細丸ゴシックというフォントの公開を行っております。
通称JIS2004（JIS X 0213:2004）規格に従ったフォントです。
Togoshi Fonts is a set of free Japanese fonts which includes 4 fonts (Togoshi Gothic, Togoshi Mincho, Togoshi Mono and Togoshi Mona Gothic) now.
GNU TeXmacs is a free wysiwyw (what you see is what you want) editing platform with special features for scientists. The software aims to provide a unified and user friendly framework for editing structured documents with different types of content: text, mathematics, graphics, interactive content. TeXmacs can also be used as an interface to many external systems for computer algebra, numerical analysis, and statistics. New presentation styles can be written by the user and new features can be added to the editor using Scheme.
Operating System: Cygwin (MS Windows), MacOSX, POSIX (Linux,BSD,Solaris etc..), BSD, Linux, SunOS/Solaris, Windows, Windows, Windows
Topics: Fonts, Freecode.com, SourceForge.net, HTML/XHTML, TeX/LaTeX, Internet, Browsers, Office/Business, Office Suites, Scientific/Engineering, Mathematics, Visualization, Software Development, Terminals, Text Editors, Documentation, Emacs, Text Processing, Word Processors
User Interface: Web Environment
FreeType 2 is a high-quality and portable font engine that is capable of supporting several font formats (be they bitmapped or scalable) through a simple and uniform interface. Its design is modular and allows independent "font driver" modules to be added, even at runtime, to support additional formats. It also provides a high-quality anti-aliasing renderer, an innovative auto-hinting engine, and support for the following font formats: TrueType Type1, CID-Type 1, Multiple Masters Type 1 OpenType/CFF, pure CFF, and CEF Windows FNT/FON.