Jason Corfman-2 wrote:
But embedding a font into a document
for editing purposes quickly slides into a legally gray area at best.
Isn't it the font that determines what you can do with it?
Fonts that allow embedding are either "editable" or "installable". Surely
there is no legal issue if the font explicitly allows you to embed it in one
of these two ways? When a font does not explicitly allow it then a software
should not make it possible, either; that goes without saying.
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