Font Name:Ubuntu Mono
Glyphs:840 glyphs / 1223 characters
Downloads:54 total (0 this week)
The Ubuntu Font Family are a set of matching new libre/open fonts in development during 2010-2011. The development is being funded by Canonical Ltd on behalf the wider Free Software community and the Ubuntu project. The technical font design work and implementation is being undertaken by Dalton Maag.
FONT CHARACTER MAP
Ubuntu Mono font contains 1223 defined characters and 840 unique glyphs. The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (96), Latin Extended-A (128), Latin Extended-B (208), IPA Extensions (1), Spacing Modifier Letters (10), Combining Diacritical Marks (1), Greek and Coptic (71), Cyrillic (214), Latin Extended Additional (8), Greek Extended (233), General Punctuation (17), Superscripts and Subscripts (17), Currency Symbols (4), Letterlike Symbols (5), Number Forms (12), Mathematical Operators (14), Box Drawing (40), Block Elements (4), Geometric Shapes (1), Private Use Area (37), Alphabetic Presentation Forms (2), Specials (1).
COMMENTS & QUESTIONS
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Ubuntu Mono is a basic, fixed-width font designed by Dalton Maag. The font is licensed under Apache License. The font is free for both personel and commercial usages, modification and distribution. In doubt please refer to the readme file in the font package or contact the designer directly from daltonmaag.com.
The font is also available as a webfont at Google Fonts.
The zip archive contains the following files:
- › UFL.txt
- › UbuntuMono-Regular.ttf
- › UbuntuMono-Italic.ttf
- › UbuntuMono-Bold.ttf
- › UbuntuMono-BoldItalic.ttf
License Type: Apache License
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