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Subject: Find a font
Category: Computers
Asked by: hammer567-ga
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Posted: 20 Nov 2004 23:09 PST
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Question ID: 431743
Where can I find/download "Arial Bold Italic 16.gft font"? I will want
the source as well, in case I have future font needs.

Request for Question Clarification by jdb-ga on 28 Nov 2004 03:40 PST
I find some references, but am unsure which apply.

Do you mean: "Many fonts that incunabula printers used are facsimiled
in the Veröffentlichungen der GfT (1907-39). Below are correlation
lists between incunabula printer's type numbers and corresponding GfT

Or: The Gaffer texture font creation tool for the Grand Unified Toolkit?:
Subject: Re: Find a font
Answered By: jdb-ga on 28 Nov 2004 04:44 PST
Hello, I find that the gft file extensions are for GEM/NeoPaint, and
here are resources for NeoPaint, background, and font file conversion.

Designing Arcade Computer Game Graphics
by Ari Feldman
Free Download of Book
Chapter 10: Fonts and Arcade Games
  "GEM Fonts
Native Platform(s): DOS
File Extension(s): .FNT, .fnt, .GFT, .gft
  The GEM font format was first introduced in the mid-1980s with the advent of
Digital Research, Inc.?s GEM (Graphics Environment Manager) operating system
shell. Although GEM never took off as a desktop interface on the PC
platform, it did enjoy significant commercial success in desktop
publishing circles when it became the interface for the popular
Ventura desktop publishing system. Because of this legacy, you can
still find large numbers of GEM-compatible fonts from various public
domain, shareware, and commercial sources.
  GEM fonts are normally bitmapped. As such, they suffer from the same issues
that plague all bitmapped fonts. However, some later implementations of the GEM
font format were actually scaleable but never caught on in any significant way.
  GEM fonts are also monochrome and can?t support more than two colors per
NOTE: GEM fonts were also quite common on the Atari ST platform. However,
you can?t use these fonts without first converting them since Atari GEM fonts
are encoded somewhat differently than those used on PC-compatible systems.
NOTE: NeoPaint for DOS, a painting program mentioned in Chapter 6 and
included on the book?s accompanying CD-ROM, is compatible with GEM
  gft	Font (NeoPaint)
  gft	Font file (GEM - NeoPaint)
  gft	Font file (GEM/NeoPaint)
.gft Font file (GEM - NeoPaint) 

File Library
  Convert Windows TrueType fonts into GEM fonts for Neopaint 2.2 and Neobook.

NeoSoft NeoPaint
Digital Artist's Studio for Windows
Free 30 day download
Updates, pathes, upgrades
NeoPaint for DOS
Powerful Image Editor, Photo Retouching and Paint Tool for DOS

NeoPaint Shareware Download

I hope that you find this information helpful.  If I can be of further
assistance please let me know. jdb-ga

Clarification of Answer by jdb-ga on 28 Nov 2004 05:40 PST
P.S. I find two relevant threads on the NeoSoft discussion forum:

The forum site is:

Subject: Re: Find a font
From: auctions_master-ga on 21 Nov 2004 09:15 PST
I think it's just the common Arial font, with the Italic and Bold
options ON, and with a 16 size. Most word processing tool can do that
: open office, microsoft word,...
Subject: Re: Find a font
From: clens-ga on 21 Nov 2004 09:44 PST
Subject: Re: Find a font
From: bubub-ga on 27 Nov 2004 19:28 PST
search for "fonts" in google ( and try some of the answers

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