This page should be loaded
either on (Netscape Communicator 4.03, or
Microsoft's Internet Explorer. (4.0 Windows)) You don't have to install
any font to view the following pages with a variety of fonts, both
commercial and public domain - Mac as well as PC fonts. I am testing mostly on Communicator in PCs and MACs. and it seems
to be working fairly well.
Internet Explorer and Dynamic fonts
Internet Explorer 4.0 on Windows support dynamic fonts, provided you add
an ActiveX component. You can do it by visiting http://www.truedoc.com. Once you visit
this page, it gives you an option whether you want your IE 4.0 on Windows
become a truedoc enabled browser, and it installs necessary components
when you say yes. However, IE 4.0 on Macintosh does not seem to support
dynamic fonts at all.
All the fonts that are dynamically sent to you from our
server are public domain fonts except Ananku Helvitica. The HXBURNED
Portable Font Resource file is URL specific and can work only in the url
for which it is made. This is what they call "DocLock technology". For
further information and how to burn fonts for dynamic access point your
browser to: http://www.hexmac.com and
you will need to buy HexWeb Typograph 2.0 from http://www.hexmac.com/hexmac/engl/webtools/typograph2/typograph2.html
I tested these fonts both in Macintosh and IBM. Some of these fonts
don't display well in some of the computers that I tested. You may also
want to vist http://www.truedoc.com
for more information. This site also makes your Internet Explorer (4.0)
for Windows into a "Dynamic Font" enabled browser.
Let me know if you
are trying this. My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.