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This page contains Fonts designed by Kostas Symeonidis over a period of years. The most recent re-design of these fonts fixes a few bugs and makes them eligible for use in Windows command shells.
To use one of our raster fonts, copy them into your fonts folder and then open a command shell and change the font properties as shown on the image on the right. Click on “Raster Fonts” in the font listbox and select the pixel size from the Size listbox. When you select a pixel size (for example 6×11) you can see the font that windows will use at the “Selected Font:” panel.


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The raster fonts are built for use in the Windows command shell and
the ability to edit them in the Windows controls is limited. The best
solution to use fonts like these in a graphical interface would be to
use one of the true and open source font editing tools that are
available for Windows. One of the best tools is
Microsoft’s Fontographer
(Fontographer.org) which is free and fully capable of editing these fonts
and much more. There is also a nice discussion of this font editing tool on wcdesign.com under the section “Using Fontographer to Edit True Type Fonts”.

Please note that you must use one of the True Type raster fonts. The non-True Type fonts are not scalable and work only on the Microsoft Windows operating systems.

File version: 1.1
Recommended font size (in pixels) for the command shell: 16
Use of the icons:
The license does not allow the use of the icons in the fonts for any reason. However, a few of the fonts could be used in the user interface as desktop icons. This would work only for Windows. There are plenty of tools available on the web that will allow you to change the icon of the font (for example Apple’s Font Book). If you have questions about the “Use of the icons” please email us.
License coverage:
The fonts are licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2.0 (GPLv2). Please see the “License” link above for details.

The fonts are free for all personal and commercial use. Please respect the license terms.

WPDVector is an ancient font that has been developed over a period of years by Kostas Symeonidis. I liked the bold and the artistic development of the font so much that I thought it would be nice to have this font published in a single font file. It has no copyright. I appreciate the fact that a lot of information has been added to the font through the years, so I re-designed the font and made it into a fully usable font for most applications.

The WPDVector family of fonts have a license that allows use in applications as long as the fonts remain as a separate font file.

There are no other font licenses and they do not belong to any company.

BitStream Vera is a modern font that has been developed by Kostas Symeonidis. I liked the font so much that I wanted to

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RasterFonts For Windows is a tool for Windows that allows you to create new raster (bitmap) fonts for Windows.
This tool is not a solution for creating raster fonts for Linux and Macintosh because it does not have an enough feature set to do this for both systems. Also this tool is only for Windows (beginning with Windows 98, SP2) and for example on Windows 2000 the font sizes in the font listbox of the font properties do not work (they are always set to 8).
RasterFonts For Windows is a cross platform open source project that you can use, extend or modify. If you have any suggestions, ideas or requests for this tool do not hesitate to get in contact with me (see email address below).
The current version (as of May 21, 2008) is version 0.9.2. However if you want to use the latest version 0.9.3 or later just download and unzip the files under “The Latest Version (0.9.3)”, and then run the program. The first time you start it you will see a “Welcome” message box (it shows the license agreement for the free (GNU-GPL) copy of the software.) If you want to see the details of the license agreement then open the “About” window and scroll down to the “License”.
You can use your Linux and Mac fonts and even use the font of your choice and style (bold or italic) even if the font was designed for Windows. For example if you use a TTF-font designed for Windows (like Helvetica, Arial, Courier) you can create another, your own, raster font and use it with the same name (e.g. MyRasterFont). It is important that you choose a different font name for your raster font if you use Windows and Linux or Mac fonts for Windows. If you don’t do this then Windows, Linux and Mac users will see your raster font on their computer.
Creating Raster Fonts:
The procedure of creating a new raster font from scratch is very simple (there are no guidelines or tutorials on the Web). Just follow these steps:
1. Create a new folder (named “RasterFonts For Windows” or some other name you prefer) and place the folder on your desktop or wherever you want to store them.
2. Click “Open” in the “Directory” and “Create sub-directories here…”

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Internet Explorer also supports these fonts, so you can install them and test their accuracy.

RT_FONT is the original form created from 1995 to 1998. It is the basic polygon (i.e. round shape) which has one to four levels of circles. Its elements are placed much closer to each other and has a lower resolution than the other fonts.

RTF_FONT is the second version of the original RT_FONT. With this version the letters of the word are displayed in a square shape, which has four different levels. Each letter occupies one square.

RTFB_FONT is a modification of RTF_FONT created in the year 2000. Each letter occupies half of the square and has a different density to each other. In addition, there are seven different levels of circles in the word which makes the word look more attractive.

RTS_FONT is a hand drawn version of the original RTF_FONT created by Kostas Symeonidis in 1999. In this form, it has similar characteristics with the RTF_FONT except that the letters are displayed more clear and detailed.

RTV_FONT is a web form version of the original RT_FONT from 1993. The letters have a polygon form and it has a higher resolution than the others.

RXC_FONT is the second version of this polygon style font created by Kostas in 1999. It has a similar polygon style to its version, but it has no levels of circles.

RXN_FONT is a modification of RXC_FONT where the letters are displayed by a rounded form like a popular typeface, and its resolution is similar to the last polygon style.

We also have other fonts, and their characteristics is different, and you can select and install them from our site.You are here

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Raster fonts are.fon files that can be loaded directly into a command shell using the “font” command. You can thus use any one of our raster fonts right away without having to install the actual fonts.
This guide is meant for anyone who wants to use our fonts in command shells and for any legal use. We are not associated with Microsoft in any way and this page does not have any affiliation with Microsoft.
Please don’t copy fonts we produce. The only license we claim for our fonts is a “NO USE” license. This means you may use the fonts as long as you don’t sell them or redistribute them to others.
If you are not familiar with the license terms, we strongly advise you to contact us first so we can provide you with a license that allows commercial use.
Although we provide the fonts on a “NO USE” license, there are some restrictions. If you want to use a font we supply on a NON-COMMERCIAL basis, such as using them as the default font for a web server or as a modifiable icon font you can make a donation on our paypal account:
Donate to: Hellenic Font Project
On the left you can make a donation or subscribe to the Hellenic Font Project as a “monthly” or “yearly” donor. You may also donate directly to us in the following manner:
Kostas Symeonidis
Email: mavrodyato@hotmail.com
P.O. Box: 6565 Kanara Bay View, Satellite Beach FL
32139, USA
+357 972 508 282
Donate to: Hellenic Font Project
Donate to: Hellenic Font Project

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Raster Fonts For Windows

Raster fonts are.fon files that can be loaded directly into a command shell using the “font” command. You can thus use any one of our raster fonts right away without having to install the actual fonts.
This guide is meant for anyone who wants to use our fonts in command shells and for any legal use. We are not associated with Microsoft in any way and this page does not have any affiliation with Microsoft.
Please don’t copy fonts we produce. The only license we claim for our fonts is a “NO USE” license. This means you may

System Requirements For Raster Fonts For Windows:

*Must use DLC Pack 1
*MAC: Homebrew Launcher
*Windows: Homebrew Launcher
Wasteland 2: Survival Edition
1. Select Install from Steam
2. Click to launch Steam
3. Click to install
4. Select ok, and wait for the client to update itself.
5. When update completes, launch game.
6. Launch the game through Steam
7. Look for a message that says “0.7.0” or “0