From: Adam Twardoch (email@example.com)
Date: Fri May 05 2006 - 07:51:58 CST
Richard Wordingham wrote:
> for example, the Apple logo should not be accessible on a Windows
The Microsoft Typography Hinting and Production Guidelines document
defines criteria that must be met by fonts that are produced *for
Microsoft* (i.e. are commissioned for or licensed by Microsoft for
inclusion in Windows, Office or other applications). There is a passage
"For Microsoft fonts, a legal restriction requires that character code
240 (Apple logo) in 'cmap' 1, 0 must be mapped to the missing glyph."
I see no reason for drawing a conclusion that in general-purpose fonts,
the Apple logo should not be accessible on Windows.
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