SIL Open Font License v1.10
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Copyright (c) 2010, 2011 Brian M Zick (http://21326.info/ firstname.lastname@example.org), with Reserved Font Name “Neuton” and “Neuton Cursive”
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SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE Version 1.1 - 26 February 2007
The goals of the Open Font License (OFL) are to stimulate worldwide development of collaborative font projects, to support the font creation efforts of academic and linguistic communities, and to provide a free and open framework in which fonts may be shared and improved in partnership with others.
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Notes from Fontsquirrel about the heritage of this font:
The license for this font is the SIL OFL license. This license does not allow us to redistribute derivative versions of the font without wholesale name changes inside and out of the font. Until we figure out a reasonable method of delivering these to you and complying with the license, you will have to use the Webfont Generator yourself on these, renaming the fonts appropriately.
If you are the designer of this font, and this was an unintended consequence of using the OFL license, contact us and give us permission to allow webfont conversions. Thanks!
Neuton ExtraLight | 308 Glyphs
Neuton ExtraLight Italic | 291 Glyphs
Neuton Light | 308 Glyphs
Neuton Regular | 336 Glyphs
Neuton Italic | 310 Glyphs
Neuton Bold | 307 Glyphs
Neuton ExtraBold | 309 Glyphs
Neuton Cursive Regular | 246 Glyphs
Neuton SC ExtraLight | 213 Glyphs
Neuton SC Light | 213 Glyphs
Neuton SC Regular | 213 Glyphs
Neuton SC Bold | 213 Glyphs
Neuton SC ExtraBold | 213 Glyphs
Neuton is a clean, dark, somewhat Dutch-inspired serif font which reminds you a little of Times. It has a large height, short extenders, and a compact width for better screen use, and economy of space.
The family will comprise a regular, italic, and cursive, each in five weights and with smallcaps. Two italics — one will be called “italic”, and the other “cursive” — are uncommon, but very useful. Ever tried emphasizing something already emphasized? Beyond that obvious example, there are other uses.
Sometimes a text needs a different flavor or feel. While one roman can work for a variety of texts, the companion italics don’t always. In more classical or personal documents, a stiff, sober, modern and down-to-earth italic will never work. And in many essays, some of the fancier italics look ridiculous. Who said a roman needs only one companion?
Neuton is in continuing development and will come to have:
- 5 weights, from Extralight to Extrabold
- Italic and Smallcaps versions
- A cursive variant
- Extended width versions
29 March 2011 (Brian Zick) Neuton 1.46
- Redraw Cursive lowercase
- Added sever missing glyphs to fonts
- Added Extralight Italic
22 Dec 2011 (Brian Zick) Neuton 1.45
- Increased ascender height slightly
- Changed format to match new release requirements better
- Fixed small problem with lowercase ‘g’ in Neuton Extrabold
04 Dec 2011 (Brian Zick) Neuton 1.44
- Added smallcaps for Extralight, Light, Regular, Bold, Extrabold and Italic
- Redesigned italic lowercase to be more suitable for text
02 Nov 2011 (Brian Zick) Neuton 1.43
- Character range reduced to Basic Latin + supplementary glyphs
15 Sep 2011 (Brian Zick) Neuton 1.42
- Removed full text of the OFL and minor tweaks.
22 Jul 2011 (Brian Zick) Neuton 1.41
- Added Bold and Extrabold weights for Regular version
05 Jul 2011 (Brian Zick) Neuton 1.4
- Added Light and Extralight weights for Regular version
- Added Cursive version
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