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O.K., so is everyone now in agreement that there is no legal problem
embedding a font that explicitly licenses itself to be embedded?

I am new here and am a bit mystified at the way discussion seems to move,
with inapposite answers to comments and then the point gets lost along the

This Adobe page 
lists the four levels of permissions granted (or not, as the case may be) by
a font's license. (However, according to
this forum discussion , "installable embedding" is only a theoretical, not a
practical option for lack of any software that actually performs this.

Legal matters aside, I like the idea of an online font repository and
downloading from there as needed.

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