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  1. Ben Storey
    10:47 am · Reply

    Much prefer “Installable” or “Editable” fonts. I’m a professor, so I often share my PPTs with colleagues and students. Preview/Print is essentially “personal use only” and is rendered unusable in Adobe Premiere Pro projects authored by my university’s media team. “Free” fonts aren’t exactly free when there are restrictions for sharing or educational use. I like your website, but I’d appreciate a tag that differentiates between “editable” and “print/preview” fonts, since “free” loses its meaning when license restrictions exist. Just one user’s experience! Thanks for exposing me to some cool fonts!

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