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With Mac OS 8.5, if fractional character width is enabled, boldface characters are displayed with extra wide space. This looks rather...

By InstantWare | Added December 3, 1998


SeasonsGreetings is a novelty font for use at Christmas. It is very limited because it does not have all the letters, but it does make...

By Robert Schenk | Added December 1, 1998

Acid Daze Two

Acid Daze Two is a grunge-esque font that borders on illegibility and thrives on chaos. This font is best viewed at larger sizes and...

By Fontastic | Added November 12, 1998

Creepygirl Family TrueType Font

Creepygirl Family TrueType Font contains regular, light, and light oblique versions. All letters, numbers, and punctuation marks are...

By Kiwi Media | Added October 28, 1998

Adobe FrameMaker Templates: Business

The Adobe FrameMaker Template Series is a collection of professionally designed, business-oriented templates. Using the templates,...

By Adobe Systems | Added October 9, 1998

Adobe FrameMaker Templates: Books and Manuals

This pack contains nine basic templates for creating long FrameMaker documents such as books, manuals, training guides, and other multichapter...

By Adobe Systems | Added October 9, 1998

Hot Door Transparency

Hot Door Transparency for Adobe Illustrator 8 for Macintosh introduces live, vector-based transparency effects within Adobe Illustrator....

By Hot Door | Added October 6, 1998


Scratch is a hand-drawn font that has a grungy feel to it--like it was done by an angry individual, going over the letters several...

By Fontastic | Added October 6, 1998

Bitstream Charter

The Charter font family by Bitstream is a collection of type that works well as a small text font. Its characters have small, Egyptian-style...

By Bitstream | Added September 29, 1998


Harmony by Hot Door introduces artists' color theory to Photoshop, so you can quickly create harmonious color schemes for use in print...

By Hot Door | Added September 17, 1998


Rennacs is a font designed to look as if it was mangled somehow and then displayed on a bad television screen. The underlying typeface...

By Fontastic | Added September 17, 1998


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