About Smileyface Font(tm) 3.01
Designer: Jonathan Macagba
(c)1993-97 Jonathan Macagba
Just what you've been waiting for--a "smiley face" font! Now its
possible to attach smiley faces in your documents without lifting
a pen. Over 100 characters filled with happy, sad, angry,
confused, and silly faces. You can convert the characters to
outlines in Illustrator, Freehand, or Canvas and edit to your
Smileyface Font is "Shareware"*. If you find this font amusing,
send $5.00 to:
244 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2246
New York, NY 10001-7604 USA
Outside the US, make sure that your check is drawn from a US
Bank. Otherwise, please send cash.
This font is FREE to registered users of previous versions.
If you wish to order a DISK with all of my latest Shareware and
Freeware PICTURE FONTS (including the latest version of this
font) send $24.95 to the address above. Make sure to specify
which computer system and font format you use (Mac-PostScript,
Mac-TrueType, Windows-PostScript, or Windows-TrueType).
*WHAT IS SHAREWARE?
Shareware is a means of distributing software on a "try before
you buy" basis. Shareware allows you to try software programs,
clip art and fonts before you purchase them. This allows you to
determine if the shareware product you are trying meets your
needs and will work with your computer equipment. After you
have tried the product, you are required to either purchase the
product or delete it from your system. The shareware concept
relies on the basic honesty of the user (or "potential buyer").
Remember that many shareware authors and developers are people
like you--not faceless corporations--and rely on the income
derived from shareware payments to continue creating software
products that make your (computer) life more productive and fun.
Version 2.0 (released 9/16/93) includes REVERSED (white is black)
smiley faces and a number of freeform smiley faces (including a
smiling cat, smiling fish, and a smiling alien!).
Version 2.1 (released 6/9/94) includes additional freeform smiley
characters (including a computer, a dog, the sun, and others).
Version 2.2 (released 12/1/95) includes 10 additional smiley
characters. Six are "freeform" characters and four are
Version 2.3 (released 4/19/96) includes additional characters and
a bug fix that didn't allow version 2.2 to print (Mac/Windows) or
Version 3.0 (released 6/28/97) adds 14 more smilies drawn with a
"rough" look. These characters are best viewed at 60 points or
higher. A few of the characters have been moved to make room
for the new smileys. Specifically, the smileys found under
numbers 0-9 have been moved to other slots. Also, the standard
smiley characters ("a-z", "A-Z") have been made a little
thicker to display better on computer monitors.
Version 3.01 (released 9/2/97) includes an address change in the readme
** Use the "style" menu in your word processor to create even
** Use this font in your paint or drawing program as a
smiley face RUBBER STAMP.
** Use with America Online version 2.0 to send messages --
no more sideways smiley faces :)
Jonathan is available for custom font work, illustration and
design. He may be reached at:
244 Fifth Avenue, #2246
Philadelphia, PA 10001-7604
Tel : 212.591.0208
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org