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pjtops
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The sites losttype.com and fontfabric.com have a lot of great free fonts, I’m just wondering if any of these can be included in a theme/template for distribution.

Anyone know of other sources of great open-source fonts (apart from google fonts & font-squirrel) ?

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doru
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dafont.com

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I’m not sure, but I beleive it’s against the TF rules to include fonts in theme. Only system and webfonts …

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iHelp
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fontsquirrel and dafont definitely.

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iHelp
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^ Edit: Sorry for the useful reply, I did not read your post until the end. I’ll go for dafont, it’s a huge database of a lot of basic up to fun and creative fonts.

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pjtops
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Thanks, will give dafont a serious look. @aligatorstudio, its webfonts I’m looking for. if the license permits, a normal font can be converted into a webfont through services like font-squirrel.

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Shorti
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It’s all right here, free to use in ThemeForest themes! http://www.google.com/webfonts

:)

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pezflash
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dafont.com

Be careful, many fonts there are only for personal (non commercial) use.

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pjtops
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dafont.com
Be careful, many fonts there are only for personal (non commercial) use.

Any idea about fonts from losttype.com and fontfabric.com? Many are free for commercial use, though I’m not sure if they can be included in a themes download package.

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