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DDStudios says

Can we use it in theme with Cufon ?

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chack says

Short Answer.

Yes

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DDStudios says
http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/cufon-fonts/21394 :)

Thanks , still doesnt tell me if I can use it lol .. its not clear.

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tigerlabs says

”…All fonts produced by Adobe Systems can be embedded in Adobe® Portable Document Format (PDF) files, as well as other types of files…”

Quoted from here: http://www.adobe.com/type/embedding.html

via FreshFace. :)

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conceptcoding says

On the Cufon generate page:

Fonts produced by the following foundries/vendors/creators are known to be safe: Adobe Systems. The following are known to require separate or extended licenses for Web Embedding: Berthold (separate), FontFont (separate), Fontsmith (separate), Hoefler & Frere-Jones (separate), ITC (separate), Linotype (extended).
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chack says

It’s 100% clear. You are allowed :)

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_rohan says
On the Cufon generate page:
Fonts produced by the following foundries/vendors/creators are known to be safe: Adobe Systems. The following are known to require separate or extended licenses for Web Embedding: Berthold (separate), FontFont (separate), Fontsmith (separate), Hoefler & Frere-Jones (separate), ITC (separate), Linotype (extended).

It is possible that embedding is allowed, but not distribution.

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tigerlabs says

Well.. If you’re embedding it, isn’t that distributing it?

The definition of embed means attach after all.

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_rohan says
Well.. If you’re embedding it, isn’t that distributing it? The definition of embed means attach after all.

Well, if you convert to Cufon and use it on your personal site, you are embedding.

However, if you give the Cufon file to others (ie through TF), its distributing.

Big difference.

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