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Another one of Susan Kare's contributions to the Macintosh, '''Cairo''' was the first ever dingbat font to be released for the platform, and was only released as an 18-point bitmap and was removed in [[System 7]].5.<ref>[http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=18078  Mac OS 7.x, 8.x 9.x: Fonts Included With Major System Releases]</ref>. It is best known for introducing the—now legendary—[[dogcow]].  Clark Riley recreated a [[TrueType]] version of this typeface in 1992.<ref>[http://www.masterstech-home.com/The_Library/Font_Samples/Font_Indices/Image_Pages/C/Cairo.html Cairo]</ref>
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Another one of Susan Kare's contributions to the Macintosh, '''Cairo''' was the first ever dingbat font to be released for the platform. It was only released as an 18-point bitmap and was removed in [[System 7|System 7.5]].<ref>[http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=18078  Mac OS 7.x, 8.x 9.x: Fonts Included With Major System Releases]</ref>. Cairo is best known for introducing the—now legendary—[[dogcow]].  Clark Riley recreated a [[TrueType]] version of this typeface in 1992.<ref>[http://www.masterstech-home.com/The_Library/Font_Samples/Font_Indices/Image_Pages/C/Cairo.html Cairo]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 19:58, 15 April 2008

Another one of Susan Kare's contributions to the Macintosh, Cairo was the first ever dingbat font to be released for the platform. It was only released as an 18-point bitmap and was removed in System 7.5.[1]. Cairo is best known for introducing the—now legendary—dogcow. Clark Riley recreated a TrueType version of this typeface in 1992.[2]

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