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Computer Modern a family of 29 fonts by Donald E. Knuth
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I saw and loved.
edward gibbon
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Whither thou goest...
neil gaiman
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
Cmu Serif Roman
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Cmu Serif Upright Italic Uprightitalic
Cmu Serif Italic
Cmu Serif Extra Romanslanted
Cmu Sans Serif Oblique
Cmu Concrete Italic
Cmu Classical Serif Italic
Cmu Bright Oblique
Cmu Sans Serif Medium
Cmu Bright Semibold
Cmu Bright Semiboldoblique
Cmu Sans Serif Bold
Cmu Concrete Bold
Cmu Serif Bold
Cmu Sans Serif Boldoblique
Cmu Concrete Bolditalic
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Cmu Serif Extra Boldslanted
Cmu Sans Serif Demi Condensed Demicondensed
Cmu Typewriter Text Light
Cmu Typewriter Text Lightoblique
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featuring 29 fonts
So I would choose to be with you,
That's if the choice were mine to make,
But you can make decisions too,
And you can have this heart to break
billy joel
The quick brown fox
Jumps over the lazy dog
supported charset
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RGB: 67 70 70
RGB: 203 211 211
HEX: #D5034D
RGB: 213 3 77
RGB: 21 238 253
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RGB: 230 242 242
You have to, take a deep breath. and allow the music to flow through you. Revel in it, allow yourself to awe. When you play allow the music to break your heart with its beauty.
kelly white
text tex latex metafont didone modern 1800s medium typewriter semirounded rounded monospaced minimal book classical old variable width donald e. knuth
typeface supports twenty-two languages
English German Spanish French Portoguese Russian Italian Turkish Swedish Czech Polish Norvegian Romanian Danish Hungarian Icelandic Finnish Estonian Albanian Serbo-Croatian-Bosnian Javanese Faroese


From Wikipedia: Computer Modern is the original family of typefaces used by the typesetting program TeX. It was created by Donald Knuth with his Metafont program, and was most recently updated in 1992. Computer Modern, or variants of it, remains very widely used in scientific publishing, especially in disciplines that make frequent use of mathematical notation. As implied by the name, Computer Modern is a 'Didone', or modern serif font, a genre that emerged in the late 18th century as a contrast to the more organic designs that preceded them. Didone fonts have high contrast between thick and thin elements, and their axis of "stress" or thickening is perfectly vertical. Computer Modern was specifically based on the 10 point size of the American Lanston Monotype Company's Modern Extended 8A, part of a family Monotype originally released in 1896. This was one of many modern faces issued by typefounders and Monotype around this period, and the standard style for body text printing in the late nineteenth century. In creating the TeX publishing system, Knuth was influenced by the history of mathematics and a desire to achieve the "classic style" of books printed in metal type. Modern faces were used extensively for printing mathematics, especially before Times New Roman became popular for mathematics printing from the 1950s. The most unusual characteristic of Computer Modern, however, is the fact that it is a complete type family designed with Knuth's Metafont system, one of the few typefaces developed in this way. The Computer Modern source files are governed by 62 distinct parameters, controlling the widths and heights of various elements, the presence of serifs or old-style numerals, whether dots such as the dot on the "i" are square or rounded, and the degree of "superness" in the bowls of lowercase letters such as "g" and "o". This allows Metafont designs to be processed in unusual ways; Knuth has shown effects such as morphing in demonstrations, where one font slowly transitions into another over the course of a text. While it attracted attention for the concept, Metafont has been used by few other font designers; digital font designer Jonathan Hoefler commented that "Knuth's idea that letters start with skeletal forms is flawed" and Knuth commented "asking an artist to become enough of a mathematician to understand how to write a font with 60 parameters is too much."