TransType is a small Mac application that can convert Type 1 and TrueType fonts between Mac and PC.
Unlike other programs of this kind, TransType does the conversions with full respect to codepages, encodings, font suitcases, bitmap fonts and other features specific to a Mac or PC platform.
Allowing you to convert fonts in batch mode (two-way conversion is possible as one operation) and produce absolutely correct fonts, TransType can be used to produce production-quality fonts.
System Requirements: Macintosh-compatible computer with a 68K or PowerPC processor running the Mac OS 7.5 or better (OS 8.x recommended). 8 MB of memory Hard disk space required: 3 MB Adobe TypeManager is required to use some of TransType functions.
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