Ipa Font License Agreement V1.0.txt

– You may only market the fonts in modified or unchanged versions at the same time as this License Agreement and with the copyright notice above. You do not have the right to change the text of the license agreement. It can be placed in a separate text file or inserted into the font file, but should be easily displayed by users. This license is subject to the laws of Utah, without reference to the rules of choice. Permission is given to any person who receives a copy of the fonts attached to the license (“fonts”) and associated documentation files (the “Font Software”) to reproduce and distribute the Font Software, including the rights to use, copy, merge, publish, distribute and/or sell copies of the Font Software, as well as the persons to whom the police software is provided; Allow this to be done, subject to the following conditions: this license, the General User License, applies to certain specially designated software packages – usually libraries – of the Free Software Foundation and other authors who decide to use them. You can also use it, but we advise you first to think carefully about whether this license or the ordinary General Public License is the best strategy to use it in a particular case, based on the following explanations. LICENSE ParaType Ltd gives you the right to use, copy, modify and distribute by any means the modified and unchanged fonts, including placement on web servers for free download, integration into documents and websites, pooling with commercial and non-commercial products if this is not contrary to the conditions set out below: 4. zlib: zlib is copyright © 1995-2013 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler and is used under the following license conditions:This software is made available “as seen” without express or implied warranty. Under no circumstances are the authors liable for any damages resulting from the use of this software. Each is used under the following license terms: Copyright © 1990-2003 Wada Laboratory, University of Tokyo.

All rights reserved. Copyright © 2003-2004 Electronic Font Open Laboratory (/efont/). All rights reserved. (4) No person shall use or include the name of the licensing program as the program name, font name or file name of the derivative program. In some cases, this requirement may be contrary to the licensing restrictions of other proprietary libraries that are not normally present in the operating system. Such a contradiction means that you cannot use both them and the library together in an executable file that you distribute….

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