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#Actualturch

Posted 08 March 2013 - 02:07 PM

1. GIMP does not come with any fonts (at least it didn't back in 2011). The default fonts are the fonts you have installed on your system.

2. Font licenses apply to the font file itself. You only need to license it if you are going to distribute the font file - if you are just distributing the rasterized result you don't need to do anything special. Same thing for brushes - the license applies to the "use" of the brush, not the result.

and of course, IANAL


#2turch

Posted 08 March 2013 - 02:06 PM

1. GIMP does not come with any fonts (at least it didn't back in 2011). The default fonts are the fonts you have installed on your system.

2. Font licenses apply to the font file itself. You only need to license it if you are going to be distribute the font file - if you are just distributing the rasterized result you don't need to do anything special. Same thing for brushes - the license applies to the "use" of the brush, not the result.

and of course, IANAL

#1turch

Posted 08 March 2013 - 02:05 PM

1. GIMP does not come with any fonts (at least it didn't back in 2011). The default fonts are the fonts you have installed on your system.

2. Font licenses apply to the font file itself. You only need to license it if you are going to be destributing the font file - if you are just distributing the rasterized result you don't need to do anything special. Same thing for brushes - the license applies to the "use" of the brush, not the result.

and of course, IANAL

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