Yes, the absence of legal action (well, as far as we know, since unlike Ralph Unger's Lutetia it's pretty recent, and court systems like to take their sweet time to milk us more) is significant... and somehow remains ignored by certain people in this thread... If TEFF does not confront Sharp Type, are its JvK threats not merely a scare tactic? Part of me actually hopes that's not true, because to me that's just as bad as plagiarism.ybaggar said:
I don't understand the point you're trying to make. Absence of actual legal actions? I'd say it's a good thing
The MyFonts best seller lists? :-/Examples on the market?
Makes sense.To make good money on that, the typeface would have to be rather expensive and/or become somewhat/very fashionable.