Modmin is a freeware TTF PC and web font Copyright Doug Peters, 2016.
The font portrayed, included in the distribution archive available for download at the Font-Journal resource link designated, uses reserved name 'Modmin' (filename: "Modmin.ttf"), was created by Doug Peters and was released initially as version 1.0 on October 11th, 2016 as a freeware font under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) License.
Modmin is a MODular TTF web font that uses a MINimum of basic latin characters to reduce the overall load of a website. It was inspired by the look of older retro machine generated script fonts such as seen in some older word processors and printers.
This font provides a complete capital character set, a complete lowercase character, 0-9 numerals, and it offers a standard set of punctuation characters, plus the TM, Registered Trademark, and Copyright symbols.
This font is a modular font, which also means that it is optimized for Flash.
As a quick synopsis, the font in the distribution archive is free to use for personal, commercial or non-profit projects as the author has released it as a commercial friendly freeware font, and you may even redistribute the fonts as long as credit is given to the original artist/designer for his part in this free culture work, but you may not charge for access to it or otherwise sell it, since as a free work, the font it is intended to remain free to everyone. If you edit, append, convert or otherwise modify it, please note your contributions to the font in the original documentation and always redistribute it with all documentation together under the same CC BY-SA 4.0 (Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International) License. For specific details on the license, see the "Modmin License.txt" text document included with the archive, or visit one of the following Creative Commons links, as is appropriate for your needs...
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