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Chinese Fonts!

November 1, 2007 | 3:40 pm

Hi

I am doing a Max/Msp/Jitter project that is related to use different Chinese
fonts for my Mac computer. Does anyone know how to get a diversity of free
Chinese fonts that have oracle inscription, seal style, clerical style,
regular style, cursive style, and semi-cursive style? Someone is a Chinese
Max/msp/jitter user to help me out? Many thanks!

Meng


November 1, 2007 | 7:07 pm

I was only able to find the Chinese Classical & Chinese Simplified
fonts that would run on a Mac. I’ve heard some talk about being able
to get open-source, Unix-type fonts to run in Jitter, but I never had
any success with it.

M

On Nov 1, 2007, at 11:40, hsien-chi meng wrote:

> Hi
>
> I am doing a Max/Msp/Jitter project that is related to use
> different Chinese fonts for my Mac computer. Does anyone know how
> to get a diversity of free Chinese fonts that have oracle
> inscription, seal style, clerical style, regular style, cursive
> style, and semi-cursive style? Someone is a Chinese Max/msp/jitter
> user to help me out? Many thanks!
>
> Meng


November 6, 2007 | 4:29 am

Hi Mattyo,
I did some chinese characters in jit.gl.text3d. Mac computer has a few types
of chinese fonts, but my problem is going to get specific fonts and those
fonts are related to chinese calligraphic styles. Anyway, thank you for
reply to my e-mail. If you find a way to get a diversity of chinese fonts
Please, tell me.

Many thanks,

Meng

On 11/1/07, mattyo wrote:
>
> I was only able to find the Chinese Classical & Chinese Simplified
> fonts that would run on a Mac. I’ve heard some talk about being able
> to get open-source, Unix-type fonts to run in Jitter, but I never had
> any success with it.
>
> M
>
>
>
> On Nov 1, 2007, at 11:40, hsien-chi meng wrote:
>
> > Hi
> >
> > I am doing a Max/Msp/Jitter project that is related to use
> > different Chinese fonts for my Mac computer. Does anyone know how
> > to get a diversity of free Chinese fonts that have oracle
> > inscription, seal style, clerical style, regular style, cursive
> > style, and semi-cursive style? Someone is a Chinese Max/msp/jitter
> > user to help me out? Many thanks!
> >
> > Meng
>
>


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