Tfu Tfu font contains 99 defined characters and 96 unique glyphs.
The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), General Punctuation (5).
- Font Name:Tfu Tfu
- Version:Version 1.50
- Manufacturer:Meir Sadan
- Designer:Meir Sadan
- Vendor URL:http://www.sadan.com
- Designer URL:http://www.sadan.com
- License: The fonts that are being given to you by means of download from the World Wide Web Site http://www.sadan.com, are "Freeware" fonts. You may download and use them as many times as you like, for private, educational, governmental or commercial use, within the proper limits of the standard "Freeware" license. You may not use these fonts as embedment fonts on web documents. Please do not redistribute these fonts in any way, or make any changes to the font files, unless you have received authorization from the creator of these fonts, Meir Sadan (E-Mail: email@example.com). Meir Sadan takes no responsiblity whatsoever to any damage being caused to the user's computer system as a result of using the font, these fonts are given away for free and it is the user's responsibility to properly use them. Fonts are copyrighted © 1998-1999 Meir Sadan.
- License URL:http://www.sadan.com/type/index.html#License
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