TrueType is an outline font standard developed by Apple and Microsoft in the late
1980s as a competitor to Adobe's Type 1 fonts used in PostScript. It has ...
If you are sitting at a Windows or Macintosh computer right now, then you are
looking at a TrueType font as you read this! Fonts are the different styles of ...
TrueType fonts can be scaled to any size and are clear and readable in all sizes.
They can be sent to any printer or other output device that is supported by ...
Feb 19, 2014 ... TrueType Specification; The TrueType 1.66 specification is provided ... 1-
TrueType fundamentals [0.5Mb Word]; chapter 2- TrueType font file ...
Background on the OpenType, PostScript and TrueType font formats.
A TrueType font is a single file that contains both the screen and printer versions
of a typeface. TrueType fonts make up the majority of the fonts that have come ...
Installing TrueType Fonts on Windows 7. Fonts.com highly recommends that
customers back up all purchases onto CD, flash drive, external hard drive or
In fact Adobe had this move forced upon them, since the TrueType specification
had been made public, and because Bitstream cracked the Type 1 format ...
TrueType font files are made up of a number of tables, some mandatory (such as
the 'glyf' table containing glyph outlines), others optional (like the 'kern' table).
Definition of truetype font: Computer type that looks exactly the same on the
screen as it looks when printed. TrueType is an open (non-proprietary) industry ...