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The answer to this may be different to what you expect since in many countries (including the US, but not all countries!) a font is protected like a piece of software, and the design of the letters in the font are not protected at all. A copy is therefore defined by taking all or part of the original font file and actually copying it, possibly translating ...


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If you want a web tool, I don't believe such a thing exists. There are some free software options, though. There is FontForge, but the last time I tried using it was beyond frustrating. I could not get it to run for very long without crashing (and tried across many different operating systems). It's even addressed in the FAQ: Why is FontForge so ...


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I don't know where in the world you are located. In general, if you are creating a typeface from scratch, odds that it would so closely resemble another face to the point where there is an issue is extremely remote. Also note that in some jurisdictions, such as the US, you can't copyright a typeface. You can copyright a typeface name. And you can copyright ...



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