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egobuilders says

Sorry in advance if this question has already been discussed here… Can I use any font I want for the PREVIEW , regardless of license, and then just let people know which font I used, or do I have to have a license for the preview? I have no idea if this is a stupid question or not, so feel free to rip into me if it is. I searched here but could not find a specific answer. Thanks!

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KrownThemes says

Yes :)

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egobuilders says

Thanks for your reply, but which question are you saying “yes” to? Is it “yes” I don’t need a license for the preview, or “yes” I do need a license for the preview?

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Motionreactor says

Yes you can use any font you wish in a preview. However you must state the name of the font and where to obtain / purchase it in the file description as well as the documentation provided in the ZIP . Whether or not you have a license to use the font in the first place (ie, however you obtained it yourself) is up to your own discretion.

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LucidStudios says

no, you cannot use a font in the preview files for which you don’t have an appropriate license.

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CodingJack says

how do you prove you have a license to “Verdana” or other fonts included with operating systems and software? Maybe there should be an official list of fonts that we can use without including a license.

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egobuilders says

So I am pretty much limited to what I have in my system fonts that came with my computer? Are there any decent fonts besides those, which I can use without a license?

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CodingJack says

what if you convert the font to a graphic?

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egobuilders says

It’s dynamic text loaded from XML , so I can’t graphicate it. And yes, I just made up the word graphicate. That had crossed my mind though, to graphicate it.

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egobuilders says

What about the free “uni” fonts from miniml? The site says they’re free to use for commercial use. I emailed that dude once about that and he never responded.

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