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      If your channel is not for commercial purposes, you can use the font on the cover photo, of course. Any font used in a banner or ad promoting another link requires a license. I’ll let you decide.

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      The font is free for non-profit projects and organizations, use the font at your convenience. I’m glad you find it useful.

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      The purchase is done exclusively via PayPal, in the “Buy” section you have to select the font and the PayPal link will redirect you to checkout. That’s all. You will receive the copyright free fonts and the invoice by email.

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      License is not released for personal use and the copyright is not removed from the font (like in the case of commercial licenses), the font is offered to be used “as is”. If anyone questions such an approval or needs an official document, a link to the terms or a direct contact should clear any concern.

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      Identity is created for awareness and a logo indirectly will always lead to an income (pay per view, personal campaigns, third party banners, subscribers), therefore it is a commercial use, even if apparently there is nothing on sale in a classical way. In conclusion, yes.

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      The license is valid for any number of users inside the company (or devices for that matter). A company is treated as an individual user.

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      In short, the font use is considered personal / free if:
      1. It’s not used in identity, advertising, merchandising, promotional events – any work made for an income;
      2. It’s not embedded in digital materials (pdf, web, apps) – used in flat images only;
      3. It’s not overused.

      Otherwise the use is considered commercial and the font requires a license. 

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      For a complete list of characters by unicode see the character map next to the font, in the test area. If a specific glyph is missing, no problem, just let me know and it would be my pleasure to update the font, this is always a good opportunity to learn, but if you need a complete set for a language (Russian, Greek, etc.), I can’t promise you anything. Fonts that doesn’t include these characters are usually created that way to keep a decent size for a font, so it won’t have a hard load.

      For the moment I’m not available for custom font projects.

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      Absolutely. Font versions from the same family purchased together have a discount of 40% by default, but if you’re interested in fonts from different families, it can be done.
      Please send an email with the fonts you need and I’ll get back to you.

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      The fonts are delivered to the buyer’s email address in minutes up to a few hours. If the message from loremipsum is not in the inbox or in the spam folder, you probably didn’t receive them because for security reasons your email server is set to block ZIP or font formats. In this case another email address is requested or alternatively a message will be sent from another account, and if this doesn’t gets through either, the fonts will be hosted for a while on loremipsum.ro and a temporary link to the fonts will be sent via email.

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      The license is basically unlimited, the use of the font is not restricted to any number of employees, devices, projects, offices or branch offices of the company, which means that under the company name the font can be used in any media, anytime, anywhere. 

      Regarding the intranet, this doesn’t raise other conditions since this is accessed only by employees.

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      The license is very flexible and depends on personal preferences, who needs it more. In each case it’s a matter of one license only:
      1. If the font license is purchased by an agency, that license can be used for any client. In this case a client is limited to the works provided by the agency.
      2. If the license is purchased by a client (end user), that license can be used by any agency for works made exclusively for that client. 

      Exceptionally, both parties may have the license just to keep things under control. 

      An agency doesn’t necessarily mean a company, here is used as a reference to “creator or producer of commercial works”, this can be represented just the same by a single individual.

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      There must at least two reasons: 
      1. If you use a trial version in Adobe and the font won’t show up in the font menu, that’s because the font is not validated yet, so the Adobe font database will not recognize it. In this case it is recommended to use a software that serves the fonts from the system.

      2. Trial fonts won’t work in online editors that use your system fonts because trial fonts have embedding restrictions. The only solution I can suggest here is to use the font offline.

      If the font database was checked and the font doesn’t exists or if you receive errors trying to install it, the problem must be solved locally by an administrator, restrictions to install a font depends strictly on the settings of your device. All the fonts are set to installable mode.

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      A license document is made and sent on request, but this is just a formality since with the payment the buyer is already included in the licensed users list.

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      The price is the same no matter the number of characters used, the frequency of the use or the size and spread of materials. The license includes all the characters for indefinite use and there’s no copyright control on a certain number of characters.
      Once a character is used on one material, it’s most likely to be paired at some point with another, so there’s no telling where and how the font will be used in the future.

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      The process involves two steps:
      1. A font selection and a click on loremipsum.ro which will redirect to PayPal for checkout.
      2. The next phase is an email from loremipsum.ro with the fonts attached. The technical support goes without saying.

      Find out more about the process.

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      The license represents the right to use a font for commercial purposes, with the purchase you don’t actually buy a font or a password. The copyright free fonts are sent only to make sure you don’t have any restrictions to use them. These should be installed after you remove the trial fonts from the font database(s). 

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      If it’s for a commercial use, the license can be purchased on
      loremipsum.ro, otherwise enjoy it, the font is free of charge.

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      Don’t look for a confirmation, a login or a download link, the copyright free fonts are not stored online. Once the payment notification is received from PayPal, the fonts are sent via email to the buyer’s address and the buyer is automatically included in the licensed users list.

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      Sure, as long as the font is not used in identity, advertising or merchandising – digital or otherwise – and by this use your purpose is not a commercial or a personal gain (this includes the intention of building a fan base, followers or subscribers / feeders).
      A commercial work based on fonts requires a license, even if the font has major adjustments.

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      Yes, with a few restrictions if it’s a personal use:
      1. In personal projects the font embedding is not allowed (Font-Face, SiFR, Cufon or any other technique). The free use in digital materials is restricted to images (PNG, JPG, GIF) or vector format (PDF, SVG), with outlined fonts only.
      2. Promoting or sharing the fonts as free is forbidden, the only reference should be the terms page of this site or the terms.txt file included next to the trial font.
      3. A constant and repeated use of a font is considered identity, even in the case of free use.

      Limitations won’t apply to licensed users.

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      The font is free for non-profit organizations and there’s no license for free use. Consider the font my small contribution to the cause.
      Thank you.

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      Personally I prefer not to, only if there are solid technical arguments why this should be done. Exceptionally a font can be personalized at a certain level, but most likely this will be considered another version and probably renamed, not to be confused with the portfolio version.  

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