A c -10 p= 83 %A d -10 p= 95 %A e -10 p= 87 %...A g -10 p= 92 %A o -10 p= 95 %A q -10 p= 95 %
F n -25 p= 99 %F p -25 p= 99 %...F r -25 p= 81 % < Good: Less certain, but left stem identified correctly as same group with n and p...F v -25 p= 55 %F w -25 p= 69 %F x -65 p= 61 % < How come different class?F y -25 p= 83 % < ~25% more certainty than for F-v and F-w?F z -20 p= 40 %
Perhaps I am of a simple mind, but is it not, in fact, quite obvious to your average Joe or Josefine that the one is the font and the other is the stuff you make with it?The objective is to differentiate "font software" from an "image of lettering", clearly and quickly with minimal jargon.
You can combine those hits by appending wildcard * or _INF.Mark Simonson said:Also, this is interesting (singular rather than plural on the book search)
49% of people say they have read an entire EULA before
Fair Use and using something for commercial gain are not quite the same, though, are they. It's not just the length of what you quote, but the motivation, that matters most for fair use - like research, education, commentary, news, etc.Hrant H. Papazian said:Use only an excerpt and it's Fair Use.