Myanmar Font For Mac Os Sierra

Myanmar Font For Mac Os Sierra Average ratng: 8,1/10 7100 votes

The following fonts are installed and enabled automatically by macOS Sierra. Additional fonts are available for download or as needed by your document or app.

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  • Al Bayan Bold 11.0d0e1
  • Al Bayan Plain 11.0d0e1
  • Al Nile 10.0d8e2
  • Al Nile Bold 10.0d8e2
  • Al Tarikh Regular 10.0d4e1
  • American Typewriter 12.0d5e2
  • American Typewriter Bold 12.0d5e2
  • American Typewriter Condensed 12.0d5e2
  • American Typewriter Condensed Bold 12.0d5e2
  • American Typewriter Condensed Light 12.0d5e2
  • American Typewriter Light 12.0d5e2
  • American Typewriter Semibold 12.0d5e2
  • Andale Mono 2.00x
  • Apple Braille 1.0d5e1
  • Apple Braille Outline 6 Dot 1.0d5e1
  • Apple Braille Outline 8 Dot 1.0d5e1
  • Apple Braille Pinpoint 6 Dot 1.0d5e1
  • Apple Braille Pinpoint 8 Dot 1.0d5e1
  • Apple Chancery 8.0d1e1
  • Apple Color Emoji 12.0d11e1
  • Apple SD Gothic Neo Bold 11.0d2e1
  • Apple SD Gothic Neo Heavy 11.0d2e1
  • Apple SD Gothic Neo Light 11.0d2e1
  • Apple SD Gothic Neo Medium 11.0d2e1
  • Apple SD Gothic Neo Regular 11.0d2e1
  • Apple SD Gothic Neo SemiBold 11.0d2e1
  • Apple SD Gothic Neo Thin 11.0d2e1
  • Apple SD Gothic Neo UltraLight 11.0d2e1
  • Apple SD GothicNeo ExtraBold 11.0d2e1
  • Apple Symbols 12.0d3e10
  • AppleGothic Regular 9.0d1e2
  • AppleMyungjo Regular 11.0d1e1
  • Arial 5.01.2x
  • Arial Black 5.00.1x
  • Arial Bold 5.01.2x
  • Arial Bold Italic 5.00.2x
  • Arial Hebrew 10.0d7e1
  • Arial Hebrew Bold 10.0d7e1
  • Arial Hebrew Light 10.0d7e1
  • Arial Hebrew Scholar 10.0d7e1
  • Arial Hebrew Scholar Bold 10.0d7e1
  • Arial Hebrew Scholar Light 10.0d7e1
  • Arial Italic 5.00.2x
  • Arial Narrow 2.38.1x
  • Arial Narrow Bold 2.38.1x
  • Arial Narrow Bold Italic 2.38.1x
  • Arial Narrow Italic 2.38.1x
  • Arial Rounded MT Bold 1.51x
  • Arial Unicode MS 1.01x
  • Avenir Black 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Black Oblique 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Book 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Book Oblique 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Heavy 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Heavy Oblique 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Light 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Light Oblique 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Medium 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Medium Oblique 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Next Bold 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Bold Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Bold 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Bold Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Demi Bold 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Demi Bold Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Heavy 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Heavy Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Medium 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Medium Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Regular 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Ultra Light 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Condensed Ultra Light Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Demi Bold 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Demi Bold Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Heavy 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Heavy Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Medium 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Medium Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Regular 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Ultra Light 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Next Ultra Light Italic 12.0d1e9
  • Avenir Oblique 8.0d5e4
  • Avenir Roman 8.0d5e4
  • Ayuthaya 10.10d1e1
  • Baghdad Regular 10.0d3e2
  • Bangla MN 12.0d1e5
  • Bangla MN Bold 12.0d1e5
  • Bangla Sangam MN 12.0d2e1
  • Bangla Sangam MN Bold 12.0d2e1
  • Baskerville 12.0d2e3
  • Baskerville Bold 12.0d2e3
  • Baskerville Bold Italic 12.0d2e3
  • Baskerville Italic 12.0d2e3
  • Baskerville SemiBold 12.0d2e3
  • Baskerville SemiBold Italic 12.0d2e3
  • Beirut Regular 10.0d6e2
  • Big Caslon Medium 10.0d2e1
  • Bodoni 72 Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni 72 Book 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni 72 Book Italic 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni 72 Oldstyle Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni 72 Oldstyle Book 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni 72 Oldstyle Book Italic 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni 72 Smallcaps Book 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni Ornaments 10.0d1e1
  • Bradley Hand Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Brush Script MT Italic 1.52x-1
  • Chalkboard 10.0d1e1
  • Chalkboard Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Chalkboard SE Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Chalkboard SE Light 10.0d1e1
  • Chalkboard SE Regular 10.0d1e1
  • Chalkduster 7.0d6e1
  • Cochin 8.0d3e6
  • Cochin Bold 8.0d3e6
  • Cochin Bold Italic 8.0d3e6
  • Cochin Italic 8.0d3e6
  • Comic Sans MS 5.00x
  • Comic Sans MS Bold 5.00x
  • Copperplate 9.0d3e1
  • Copperplate Bold 9.0d3e1
  • Copperplate Light 9.0d3e1
  • Corsiva Hebrew 9.0d2e1
  • Corsiva Hebrew Bold 9.0d2e1
  • Courier 11.0d2e1
  • Courier Bold 11.0d2e1
  • Courier Bold Oblique 11.0d2e1
  • Courier New 5.00.2x
  • Courier New Bold 5.00.2x
  • Courier New Bold Italic 5.00x
  • Courier New Italic 5.00.1x
  • Courier Oblique 11.0d2e1
  • Damascus Bold 10.0d5e1
  • Damascus Light 10.0d5e1
  • Damascus Medium 10.0d5e1
  • Damascus Regular 10.0d5e1
  • Damascus Semi Bold 10.0d5e1
  • DecoType Naskh Regular 12.0d1e1
  • Devanagari MT 10.0d2e1
  • Devanagari MT Bold 10.0d2e1
  • Devanagari Sangam MN 12.0d1e1
  • Devanagari Sangam MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Didot 9.0d2e1
  • Didot Bold 9.0d2e1
  • Didot Italic 9.0d2e1
  • Diwan Kufi Regular 10.0d3e9
  • Diwan Thuluth Regular 10.0d2e1
  • Euphemia UCAS 10.0d1e2
  • Euphemia UCAS Bold 10.0d1e2
  • Euphemia UCAS Italic 10.0d1e2
  • Farah Regular 10.0d3e2
  • Farisi Regular 10.0d3e1
  • Futura Bold 11.0d1e5
  • Futura Condensed ExtraBold 11.0d1e5
  • Futura Condensed Medium 11.0d1e5
  • Futura Medium 11.0d1e5
  • Futura Medium Italic 11.0d1e5
  • GB18030 Bitmap 6.0d2e2
  • Geeza Pro Bold 12.0d1e3
  • Geeza Pro Regular 12.0d1e3
  • Geneva 11.0d1e2
  • Georgia 5.00x-4
  • Georgia Bold 5.00x-4
  • Georgia Bold Italic 5.00x-4
  • Georgia Italic 5.00x-4
  • Gill Sans 9.0d7e8
  • Gill Sans Bold 9.0d7e8
  • Gill Sans Bold Italic 9.0d7e8
  • Gill Sans Italic 9.0d7e8
  • Gill Sans Light 9.0d7e8
  • Gill Sans Light Italic 9.0d7e8
  • Gill Sans SemiBold 9.0d7e8
  • Gill Sans SemiBold Italic 9.0d7e8
  • Gill Sans UltraBold 9.0d7e8
  • Gujarati MT 10.0d1e1
  • Gujarati MT Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Gujarati Sangam MN 12.0d1e1
  • Gujarati Sangam MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Gurmukhi MN 12.0d1e1
  • Gurmukhi MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Gurmukhi MT 6.0d2e1
  • Gurmukhi Sangam MN 12.0d1e1
  • Gurmukhi Sangam MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Heiti SC Light 10.0d7e3
  • Heiti SC Medium 10.0d7e3
  • Heiti TC Light 10.0d7e3
  • Heiti TC Medium 10.0d7e3
  • Helvetica 12.0d1e3
  • Helvetica Bold 12.0d1e3
  • Helvetica Bold Oblique 12.0d1e3
  • Helvetica Light 12.0d1e3
  • Helvetica Light Oblique 12.0d1e3
  • Helvetica Neue 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Bold 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Bold Italic 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Condensed Black 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Condensed Bold 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Italic 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Light 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Light Italic 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Medium 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Medium Italic 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Thin 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue Thin Italic 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue UltraLight 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Neue UltraLight Italic 12.0d0e2
  • Helvetica Oblique 12.0d1e3
  • Herculanum 12.0d1e1
  • Hiragino Maru Gothic ProN W4 11.0d2e1
  • Hiragino Mincho ProN W3 11.0d2e1
  • Hiragino Mincho ProN W6 11.0d2e1
  • Hiragino Sans GB W3 3.20
  • Hiragino Sans GB W6 3.20
  • Hiragino Sans W0 11.0d7e1
  • Hiragino Sans W1 11.0d7e1
  • Hiragino Sans W2 11.0d7e1
  • Hiragino Sans W3 11.0d7e4
  • Hiragino Sans W4 11.0d7e1
  • Hiragino Sans W5 11.0d7e1
  • Hiragino Sans W6 11.0d7e4
  • Hiragino Sans W7 11.0d7e1
  • Hiragino Sans W8 11.0d7e4
  • Hiragino Sans W9 11.0d7e1
  • Hoefler Text 8.0d3e3
  • Hoefler Text Black 8.0d3e3
  • Hoefler Text Black Italic 8.0d3e3
  • Hoefler Text Italic 8.0d3e3
  • Hoefler Text Ornaments 8.0d4e2
  • ITF Devanagari Bold 10.0d4e1
  • ITF Devanagari Book 10.0d4e1
  • ITF Devanagari Demi 10.0d4e1
  • ITF Devanagari Light 10.0d4e1

This font is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. Myanmar TextRegularMyanmar Text RegularMyanmar TextVersion 1.10MyanmarTextMicrosoft CorporationJohn Hudson. Latin subset: Segoe UI, Steve Matteson. The font used from Mac OS X is 'Lucida Grande'; in Mac OS 8 and 9, the font used for menus and window title was 'Charcoal,' but it could be changed from the preference panel. From System 1 up to 7.6 the default GUI font was Chicago.

  • ITF Devanagari Marathi Bold 10.0d4e1
  • ITF Devanagari Marathi Book 10.0d4e1
  • ITF Devanagari Marathi Demi 10.0d4e1
  • ITF Devanagari Marathi Light 10.0d4e1
  • ITF Devanagari Marathi Medium 10.0d4e1
  • ITF Devanagari Medium 10.0d4e1
  • Impact 5.00x
  • InaiMathi 10.0d1e1
  • Kailasa Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Kailasa Regular 10.0d1e1
  • Kannada MN 12.0d1e1
  • Kannada MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Kannada Sangam MN 12.0d1e1
  • Kannada Sangam MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Kefa Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Kefa Regular 10.0d1e1
  • Khmer MN 12.0d2e3
  • Khmer MN Bold 12.0d2e3
  • Khmer Sangam MN 12.0d1e28
  • Kohinoor Bangla 10.0d3e2
  • Kohinoor Bangla Bold 10.0d3e2
  • Kohinoor Bangla Light 10.0d3e2
  • Kohinoor Bangla Medium 10.0d3e2
  • Kohinoor Bangla Semibold 10.0d3e2
  • Kohinoor Devanagari Bold 10.0d16e1
  • Kohinoor Devanagari Light 10.0d16e1
  • Kohinoor Devanagari Medium 10.0d16e1
  • Kohinoor Devanagari Regular 10.0d16e1
  • Kohinoor Devanagari Semibold 10.0d16e1
  • Kohinoor Telugu 10.0d1e1
  • Kohinoor Telugu Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Kohinoor Telugu Light 10.0d1e1
  • Kohinoor Telugu Medium 10.0d1e1
  • Kohinoor Telugu Semibold 10.0d1e1
  • Kokonor Regular 12.0d2e15
  • Krungthep 10.0d1e1
  • KufiStandardGK Regular 10.0d3e1
  • Lao MN 12.0d1e1
  • Lao MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Lao Sangam MN 12.0d2e1
  • Lucida Grande 10.0d1e2
  • Lucida Grande Bold 10.0d1e2
  • Luminari 9.0d2e1
  • Malayalam MN 12.0d1e1
  • Malayalam MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Malayalam Sangam MN 12.0d1e1
  • Malayalam Sangam MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Marker Felt Thin 9.0d1e1
  • Marker Felt Wide 9.0d1e1
  • Menlo Bold 12.0d1e2
  • Menlo Bold Italic 12.0d1e2
  • Menlo Italic 12.0d1e2
  • Menlo Regular 12.0d1e2
  • Microsoft Sans Serif 5.00.1x
  • Mishafi Gold Regular 10.0d4e2
  • Mishafi Regular 10.0d3e1
  • Monaco 7.0d1e1
  • Mshtakan 10.0d1e1
  • Mshtakan Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Mshtakan BoldOblique 10.0d1e1
  • Mshtakan Oblique 10.0d1e1
  • Muna Black 10.0d3e1
  • Muna Bold 10.0d3e1
  • Muna Regular 10.0d3e1
  • Myanmar MN 12.0d2e1
  • Myanmar MN Bold 12.0d2e1
  • Myanmar Sangam MN 12.0d2e2
  • Myanmar Sangam MN Bold 12.0d2e2
  • Nadeem Regular 10.0d4e2
  • New Peninim MT 9.0d1e1
  • New Peninim MT Bold 9.0d1e1
  • New Peninim MT Bold Inclined 9.0d1e1
  • New Peninim MT Inclined 9.0d1e1
  • Noteworthy Bold 9.0d1e1
  • Noteworthy Light 9.0d1e1
  • Optima Bold 11.0d2e1
  • Optima Bold Italic 11.0d2e1
  • Optima ExtraBlack 11.0d2e1
  • Optima Italic 11.0d2e1
  • Optima Regular 11.0d2e1
  • Oriya MN 12.0d1e1
  • Oriya MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Oriya Sangam MN 12.0d1e1
  • Oriya Sangam MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • PT Mono 10.0d1e1
  • PT Mono Bold 10.0d1e1
  • PT Sans 10.0d1e1
  • PT Sans Bold 10.0d1e1
  • PT Sans Bold Italic 10.0d1e1
  • PT Sans Caption 10.0d1e1
  • PT Sans Caption Bold 10.0d1e1
  • PT Sans Italic 10.0d1e1
  • PT Sans Narrow 10.0d1e1
  • PT Sans Narrow Bold 10.0d1e1
  • PT Serif 10.0d1e1
  • PT Serif Bold 10.0d1e1
  • PT Serif Bold Italic 10.0d1e1
  • PT Serif Caption 10.0d1e1
  • PT Serif Caption Italic 10.0d1e1
  • PT Serif Italic 10.0d1e1
  • Palatino 11.0d2e1
  • Palatino Bold 11.0d2e1
  • Palatino Bold Italic 11.0d2e1
  • Palatino Italic 11.0d2e1
  • Papyrus 11.0d1e1
  • Papyrus Condensed 11.0d1e1
  • Phosphate Inline 12.0d1e31
  • Phosphate Solid 12.0d1e31
  • PingFang HK Light 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang HK Medium 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang HK Regular 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang HK Semibold 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang HK Thin 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang HK Ultralight 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang SC Light 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang SC Medium 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang SC Regular 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang SC Semibold 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang SC Thin 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang SC Ultralight 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang TC Light 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang TC Medium 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang TC Regular 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang TC Semibold 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang TC Thin 12.0d8e2
  • PingFang TC Ultralight 12.0d8e2
  • Plantagenet Cherokee 10.0d1e1
  • Raanana 12.0d2e1
  • Raanana Bold 12.0d2e1
  • STIXGeneral-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXGeneral-BoldItalic 1.1.0
  • STIXGeneral-Italic 1.1.0
  • STIXGeneral-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXIntegralsD-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXIntegralsD-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXIntegralsSm-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXIntegralsSm-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXIntegralsUp-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXIntegralsUp-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXIntegralsUpD-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXIntegralsUpD-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXIntegralsUpSm-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXIntegralsUpSm-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXNonUnicode-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXNonUnicode-BoldItalic 1.1.0
  • STIXNonUnicode-Italic 1.1.0
  • STIXNonUnicode-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXSizeFiveSym-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXSizeFourSym-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXSizeFourSym-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXSizeOneSym-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXSizeOneSym-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXSizeThreeSym-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXSizeThreeSym-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXSizeTwoSym-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXSizeTwoSym-Regular 1.1.0
  • STIXVariants-Bold 1.1.0
  • STIXVariants-Regular 1.1.0
  • STSong 11.0d2e2
  • Sana Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Sathu 10.10d1e1
  • Savoye LET Plain:1.0 10.0d1e1
  • Shree Devanagari 714 9.0d3e1
  • Shree Devanagari 714 Bold 9.0d3e1
  • Shree Devanagari 714 Bold Italic 9.0d3e1
  • Shree Devanagari 714 Italic 9.0d3e1
  • SignPainter-HouseScript 11.0d6e1
  • SignPainter-HouseScript Semibold 11.0d6e1
  • Silom 10.10d1e1
  • Sinhala MN 12.0d1e1
  • Sinhala MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Sinhala Sangam MN 12.0d1e2
  • Sinhala Sangam MN Bold 12.0d1e2
  • Skia Black 10.0d4e1
  • Skia Black Condensed 10.0d4e1
  • Skia Black Extended 10.0d4e1
  • Skia Bold 10.0d4e1
  • Skia Condensed 10.0d4e1
  • Skia Extended 10.0d4e1
  • Skia Light 10.0d4e1
  • Skia Light Condensed 10.0d4e1
  • Skia Light Extended 10.0d4e1
  • Skia Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Snell Roundhand 10.0d5e5
  • Snell Roundhand Black 10.0d5e5
  • Snell Roundhand Bold 10.0d5e5
  • Songti SC Black 11.0d2e2
  • Songti SC Bold 11.0d2e2
  • Songti SC Light 11.0d2e2
  • Songti SC Regular 11.0d2e2
  • Songti TC Bold 11.0d2e2
  • Songti TC Light 11.0d2e2
  • Songti TC Regular 11.0d2e2
  • Sukhumvit Set Bold 9.0d4e1
  • Sukhumvit Set Light 9.0d4e1
  • Sukhumvit Set Medium 9.0d4e1
  • Sukhumvit Set Semi Bold 9.0d4e1
  • Sukhumvit Set Text 9.0d4e1
  • Sukhumvit Set Thin 9.0d4e1
  • Symbol 11.1d1e1
  • Tahoma 5.01.2x
  • Tahoma Negreta 5.01.1x
  • Tamil MN 12.0d2e1
  • Tamil MN Bold 12.0d2e1
  • Tamil Sangam MN 12.0d2e2
  • Tamil Sangam MN Bold 12.0d2e2
  • Telugu MN 12.0d1e1
  • Telugu MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Telugu Sangam MN 12.0d1e1
  • Telugu Sangam MN Bold 12.0d1e1
  • Thonburi 10.10d3e2
  • Thonburi Bold 10.10d3e2
  • Thonburi Light 10.10d3e2
  • Times Bold 10.0d1e3
  • Times Bold Italic 10.0d1e3
  • Times Italic 10.0d1e3
  • Times New Roman 5.01.3x
  • Times New Roman Bold 5.01.3x
  • Times New Roman Bold Italic 5.00.3x
  • Times New Roman Italic 5.00.3x
  • Times Roman 10.0d1e3
  • Trattatello 10.0d1e1
  • Trebuchet MS 5.00x
  • Trebuchet MS Bold 5.00x
  • Trebuchet MS Bold Italic 5.00x
  • Trebuchet MS Italic 5.00x
  • Verdana 5.01x
  • Verdana Bold 5.01x
  • Verdana Bold Italic 5.01x
  • Verdana Italic 5.01x
  • Waseem Light 10.0d3e1
  • Waseem Regular 10.0d3e1
  • Webdings 5.00x
  • Wingdings 5.00x
  • Wingdings 2 1.55x
  • Wingdings 3 1.55x
  • Zapf Dingbats 6.1d3e1
  • Zapfino 12.0d1e6

Fonts available for download in macOS Sierra

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  3. Click the Download button in the upper-right corner of the window, or choose Edit > Download.
  • Apple LiGothic Medium 6.1d3e3
  • Apple LiSung Light 6.1d1e4
  • Baoli SC Regular 12.0d3e2
  • Baoli TC Regular 12.0d3e2
  • BiauKai 12.0d1e4
  • GungSeo Regular 7.0d2e2
  • Hannotate SC Bold 12.0d2e2
  • Hannotate SC Regular 12.0d2e2
  • Hannotate TC Bold 12.0d2e2
  • Hannotate TC Regular 12.0d2e2
  • HanziPen SC Bold 12.0d2e2
  • HanziPen SC Regular 12.0d2e2
  • HanziPen TC Bold 12.0d2e2
  • HanziPen TC Regular 12.0d2e2
  • HeadLineA Regular 6.1d5e2
  • Hei Regular 6.1d4e2
  • Hiragino Sans CNS W3 3.00
  • Hiragino Sans CNS W6 3.00
  • Kaiti TC Black 12.0d4e5
  • Kaiti TC Bold 12.0d4e5
  • Kaiti TC Regular 12.0d4e5
  • Klee Demibold 11.0d5e3
  • Klee Medium 11.0d5e3
  • Lantinghei SC Demibold 10.10d2e2
  • Lantinghei SC Extralight 10.10d2e2
  • Lantinghei SC Heavy 10.10d2e2
  • Lantinghei TC Demibold 10.10d2e2
  • Lantinghei TC Extralight 10.10d2e2
  • Lantinghei TC Heavy 10.10d2e2
  • Libian SC Regular 12.0d3e3
  • Libian TC Regular 12.0d3e3
  • LiHei Pro 6.0d5e2
  • LingWai SC Medium 12.0d3e2
  • LingWai TC Medium 12.0d3e2
  • LiSong Pro 6.0d5e2
  • Myriad Arabic 10.0d1e1
  • Myriad Arabic Black 10.0d1e1
  • Myriad Arabic Black Italic 10.0d1e1
  • Myriad Arabic Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Myriad Arabic Bold Italic 10.0d1e1
  • Myriad Arabic Italic 10.0d1e1
  • Myriad Arabic Light 10.0d1e1
  • Myriad Arabic Light Italic 10.0d1e1
  • Myriad Arabic Semibold Italic 10.0d1e1
  • Nanum Brush Script 10.0d1e1
  • Nanum Pen Script 10.0d1e1
  • NanumGothic 10.0d1e1
  • NanumGothic Bold 10.0d1e1
  • NanumGothic ExtraBold 10.0d1e1
  • NanumMyeongjo 10.0d1e1
  • NanumMyeongjo Bold 10.0d1e1
  • NanumMyeongjo ExtraBold 10.0d1e1
  • Osaka 6.1d3e5
  • Osaka-Mono 6.1d3e5
  • PCMyungjo Regular 7.0d2e4
  • PilGi Regular 6.1d5e2
  • Songti SC Black 11.0d2e2
  • Songti SC Bold 11.0d2e2
  • Songti SC Light 11.0d2e2
  • Songti SC Regular 11.0d2e2
  • Songti TC Bold 11.0d2e2
  • Songti TC Light 11.0d2e2
  • Songti TC Regular 11.0d2e2
  • STFangsong 8.0d6e2
  • STHeiti 6.1d3e1
  • STKaiti 12.0d4e5
  • STSong 11.0d2e2
  • STXihei 11.0d1e2
  • Toppan Bunkyu Gothic Demibold 11.0d6e2
  • Toppan Bunkyu Gothic Regular 11.0d6e2
  • Toppan Bunkyu Midashi Gothic Extrabold 11.0d6e2
  • Toppan Bunkyu Midashi Mincho Extrabold 11.0d6e2
  • Toppan Bunkyu Mincho Regular 11.0d6e2
  • Tsukushi A Round Gothic Bold 11.0d5e1
  • Tsukushi A Round Gothic Regular 11.0d5e1
  • Tsukushi B Round Gothic Bold 11.0d5e1
  • Tsukushi B Round Gothic Regular 11.0d5e1
  • Wawati SC Regular 8.0d2e2
  • Wawati TC Regular 8.0d2e2
  • Weibei SC Bold 9.0d2e2
  • Weibei TC Bold 9.0d2e2
  • Xingkai SC Bold 12.0d3e7
  • Xingkai SC Light 12.0d3e7
  • Xingkai TC Bold 12.0d3e7
  • Xingkai TC Light 12.0d3e7
  • Yuanti SC Bold 10.11d6e2
  • Yuanti SC Light 10.11d6e2
  • Yuanti SC Regular 10.11d6e2
  • Yuanti TC Bold 10.11d6e2
  • Yuanti TC Light 10.11d6e2
  • Yuanti TC Regular 10.11d6e2
  • YuGothic Bold 12.0d2e6
  • YuGothic Medium 12.0d2e6
  • YuKyokasho Bold 11.0d4e4
  • YuKyokasho Medium 11.0d4e4
  • YuKyokasho Yoko Bold 11.0d4e4
  • YuKyokasho Yoko Medium 11.0d4e4
  • YuMincho +36p Kana Demibold 11.1d4e1
  • YuMincho +36p Kana Extrabold 11.1d4e1
  • YuMincho +36p Kana Medium 11.1d4e1
  • YuMincho Demibold 11.1d4e1
  • YuMincho Extrabold 11.1d4e1
  • YuMincho Medium 11.1d4e1
  • Yuppy SC Regular 12.0d2e2
  • Yuppy TC Regular 12.0d2e2

Fonts available for document support in macOS Sierra

These fonts are available only in documents that already use the font, or in apps that request the font by name. Some are older fonts that were included with earlier versions of the Mac operating system or Apple apps.

  • Academy Engraved LET Plain:1.0 11.01e0
  • Al Firat Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Al Khalil Bold 10.0d4e1
  • Al Khalil Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Al Rafidain Al Fanni 10.0d4e1
  • Al Rafidain Regular 12.0d1e2
  • Algiers Regular 10.0d3e1
  • Asphalt Medium 11.0d4e1
  • Balega Regular 12.0d5e1
  • Bank Gothic Light 10.0d1e1
  • Bank Gothic Medium 10.0d1e1
  • Basra Bold 10.0d4e1
  • Basra Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Bebas Neue 9.0d3e1
  • Blackmoor LET Plain:2.0 10.0d2e2
  • BlairMdITC TT Medium 9.0d1e1
  • Bodoni Ornaments ITC TT 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni SvtyTwo ITC TT Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni SvtyTwo ITC TT Book 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni SvtyTwo ITC TT BookIta 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni SvtyTwo OS ITC TT Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni SvtyTwo OS ITC TT Book 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni SvtyTwo OS ITC TT BookIt 10.0d1e1
  • Bodoni SvtyTwo SC ITC TT Book 10.0d1e1
  • Book Antiqua 9.0d5e2
  • Book Antiqua Bold 9.0d5e2
  • Book Antiqua Bold Italic 9.0d5e2
  • Book Antiqua Italic 9.0d5e2
  • Bookman Old Style 9.0d5e1
  • Bookman Old Style Bold 9.0d5e1
  • Bookman Old Style Bold Italic 9.0d5e1
  • Bookman Old Style Italic 9.0d5e1
  • Bordeaux Roman Bold LET Plain 10.0d1e3
  • Bradley Hand ITC TT Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Braganza 7.0d1e5
  • Capitals 10.0d1e6
  • Century Gothic 9.0d5e1
  • Century Gothic Bold 9.0d5e1
  • Century Gothic Bold Italic 9.0d5e1
  • Century Gothic Italic 9.0d5e1
  • Century Schoolbook 9.0d5e2
  • Century Schoolbook Bold 9.0d5e2
  • Century Schoolbook Bold Italic 9.0d5e2
  • Century Schoolbook Italic 9.0d5e2
  • Charcoal CY 6.1d5e1
  • Dear Joe Four 11.0d4e1
  • Dear Joe Four Small 11.0d4e1
  • Dear Joe Four Small Semibold 11.0d4e1
  • Dijla Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Druk Heavy Italic 12.0d2e1
  • Fakt Slab Stencil Pro Medium 12.0d1e1
  • Forgotten Futurist Bold 10.0d1e1
  • Forgotten Futurist Bold Italic 10.0d1e1
  • Forgotten Futurist Italic 10.0d1e1
  • Forgotten Futurist Regular 10.0d1e1
  • Forgotten Futurist Shadow 10.0d1e1
  • Garamond 9.0d5e2
  • Garamond Bold 9.0d5e2
  • Garamond Bold Italic 9.0d5e2
  • Garamond Italic 9.0d5e2
  • Geneva CY 6.1d5e1
  • Helvetica CY Bold 6.1d6e1
  • Helvetica CY BoldOblique 6.1d6e1
  • Helvetica CY Oblique 6.1d6e1
  • Helvetica CY Plain 6.1d6e1
  • Hopper Script Regular 1.0d4e1
  • Jazz LET Plain:1.0 10.0d1e2
  • Journal Sans New Inline 12.0d2e1
  • Koufi Abjadi Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Laimoon Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Lantinghei TC Extralight 10.10d2e2
  • Mona Lisa Solid ITC TT 10.0d1e2
  • Nisan Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Noto Sans Avestan Version 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Balinese Version 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Bamum Version 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Batak Version 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans Brahmi Version 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Buginese Version 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans Buhid 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Carian 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans Cham 1.01 uh
  • Noto Sans Coptic 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Cuneiform 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans Cypriot 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Egyptian Hieroglyphs 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Glagolitic 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Gothic 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Hanunoo 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Imperial Aramaic 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Inscriptional Pahlavi 1.02 uh
  • Noto Sans Inscriptional Parthian 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Javanese 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans Kaithi 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans Kayah Li 1.02 uh
  • Noto Sans Kharoshthi 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Lepcha 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Limbu 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans Linear B 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Lisu 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Lycian 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Lydian 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Mandaic 1.02 uh
  • Noto Sans Meetei Mayek 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Mongolian 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans New Tai Lue 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans NKo 1.02 uh
  • Noto Sans Ogham 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Ol Chiki 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Old Italic 1.02 uh
  • Noto Sans Old Persian 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Old South Arabian 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Old Turkic 1.02 uh
  • Noto Sans Osmanya 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Phags Pa 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Phoenician 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Rejang 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans Runic 1.02 uh
  • Noto Sans Samaritan 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Saurashtra 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Shavia 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Sundanese 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans Syloti Nagri 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Syriac Eastern 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Tagalog 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Tagbanwa 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Tai Le 1.04 uh
  • Noto Sans Tai Tham 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Tai Viet 1.03 uh
  • Noto Sans Thaana 1.02 uh
  • Noto Sans Tifinagh 1.05 uh
  • Noto Sans Ugaritic 1.02 uh
  • Noto Sans Vai 1.02 uh
  • Noto Sans Yi 1.02 uh
  • Party LET Plain 8.0d2e1
  • PortagoITC TT 10.0d1e2
  • Princetown LET 10.0d1e3
  • Raya Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Rockwell Bold 12.0d4e1
  • Santa Fe LET Plain:1.0 10.0d1e6
  • Scheme-Bold 11.0d3e3
  • SchoolHouse Cursive B 10.0d1e2
  • SchoolHouse Printed A 10.0d1e2
  • Somer Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Stone Sans ITC TT Bold 9.0d1e1
  • Stone Sans Sem ITC TT Semi 9.0d1e1
  • Stone Sans Sem ITC TT SemiIta 9.0d1e1
  • Synchro LET 10.0d1e3
  • The Hand Serif Semibold 12.0d4e1
  • Tw Cen MT 9.0d4e1
  • Tw Cen MT Bold 9.0d4e1
  • Tw Cen MT Bold Italic 9.0d4e1
  • Tw Cen MT Italic 9.0d4e1
  • Type Embellishments One LET Embellishments One LET Plain:1.0 10.0d1e2
  • Yaziji Regular 10.0d4e1
  • Zawra Bold 10.0d5e1
  • Zawra Heavy 10.0d5e1

Learn more

You can use Font Book to install and preview fonts, validate and resolve duplicate fonts, and restore the standard fonts that came with macOS Sierra. For more information about Font Book, choose Font Book Help from the Help menu in Font Book.

macOS Sierra installs fonts in these folders on your Mac:

  • The Library folder in your System folder: /System/Library/Fonts. These fonts are required by your Mac and can't be disabled in Font Book.
  • The Library folder at the top level of your hard drive: /Library/Fonts.
(Redirected from Fonts on the Mac)

Best transitional effects traktor pro. Apple's Macintosh computer supports a wide variety of fonts. This support was one of the features that initially distinguished it from other systems.


System fonts[edit]

The primary system font in OS X El Capitan and above is San Francisco. OS X Yosemite used Helvetica Neue, and preceding versions largely employed Lucida Grande. For labels and other small text, 10 pt Lucida Grande was typically used. Lucida Grande is almost identical in appearance to the prevalent Windows font Lucida Sans, and contains a larger variety of glyphs.


MacOS ships with multiple typefaces, for multiple scripts, licensed from several sources. MacOS includes Roman, Japanese and Chinese fonts. It also supports sophisticated font techniques, such as ligatures and filtering.

Many of the classic Macintosh typefaces included with previous versions remained available, including the serif typefaces New York, Palatino, and Times, the sans-serif Charcoal and Chicago, Monaco, Geneva and Helvetica. Courier, a monospaced font, also remained.[1]

In the initial publicly released version of Mac OS X (March 2001), font support for scripts was limited to Lucida Grande and a few fonts for the major Japanese scripts. With each major revision of the OS, fonts supporting additional scripts were added.


Demonstration of alternate letters, including the full-word ligature for the name of the Zapfino typeface

Zapfino is a calligraphic typeface designed by and named after renowned typeface designer Hermann Zapf for Linotype.[2][3] Zapfino utilizes advanced typographic features of the Apple Advanced Typography (AAT) 'morx' table format and is included in OS X partially as a technology demo. Ligatures and character variations are extensively used. The font is based on a calligraphic example by Zapf in 1944. The version included with macOS is a single weight. Since then, Linotype has introduced “Linotype Zapfino Extra” which includes the additional “Forte” weight with more options and alternates.

Several of the GX fonts that Apple commissioned and originally shipped with System 7.5 were ported to use AAT and shipped with Mac OS X 10.2 and 10.3. Hoefler Text, Apple Chancery and Skia are examples of fonts of this heritage. Other typefaces were licensed from the general offerings of leading font vendors.


Sample glyphs from the LastResort font.

The LastResort font is invisible to the end user, but is used by the system to display reference glyphs in the event that glyphs needed to display a given character are not found in any other available font. The symbols provided by the LastResort font place glyphs into categories based on their location in the Unicode system and provide a hint to the user about which font or script is required to view unavailable characters. Designed by Apple and extended by Michael Everson of Evertype for Unicode 4.1 coverage, the symbols adhere to a unified design. The glyphs are square with rounded corners with a bold outline. On the left and right sides of the outline, the Unicode range that the character belongs to is given using hexadecimal digits. Top and bottom are used for one or two descriptions of the Unicode block name. A symbol representative of the block is centered inside the square. The typeface used for the text cutouts in the outline is Chicago, otherwise not included with macOS. LastResort has been part of Mac OS since version 8.5, but the limited success of Apple Type Services for Unicode Imaging (ATSUI) on the classic Mac OS means that only users of macOS are regularly exposed to it.

Lucida Grande[edit]

Of the fonts that ship with macOS, Lucida Grande has the broadest character repertoire. This font provides a relatively complete set of Arabic, Roman, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Thai and Greek letters and an assortment of common symbols. All in all, it contains a bit more than 2800 glyphs (including ligatures).

In macOS v10.3 ('Panther'), a font called Apple Symbols was introduced. It complements the set of symbols from Lucida Grande, but also contains glyphs only accessible by glyph ID (that is, they have not been assigned Unicode code points). A hidden font called .Keyboard contains 92 visible glyphs, most of which appear on Apple keyboards.

Font management[edit]

System 6.0.8 and earlier[edit]

Originally, the Macintosh QuickDraw system software supported only bitmapped fonts. The original font set was custom designed for the Macintosh and was intended to provide a screen legibility. These system fonts were named after large cities, e.g. New York, Chicago, and Geneva. (See Fonts of the Original Macintosh.)

Bitmapped fonts were stored as resources within the System file. A utility called Font/DA Mover was used to install fonts into or remove fonts from the System file. Fonts could be embedded into Macintosh applications and other file types, such as a HyperCard stack. Unused fonts were stored in a suitcase file.

The ImageWriter printer supported a higher resolution mode where bitmap fonts with twice the screen resolution were automatically substituted for 'near letter quality' printing. (For example, a 24-point bitmapped font would be used for 12-point printing.) This feature was sometimes called two-times font printing. Some later Apple QuickDraw-based laser printers supported four-times font printing for letter quality output.

With the introduction of the LaserWriter and support for PostScript-compatible printers, the Mac system software initially supported outline fonts for printing only. These outline fonts could be printed in letter quality at any size. PostScript fonts came with two files; a bitmap font was installed into the System file, and an outline font file was stored in the System Folder. Some of the bitmapped “city” fonts were automatically replaced by PostScript fonts by the printer driver. Commercial typefaces such as Times and Helvetica began to be distributed by Apple, Adobe Systems and others.

The Adobe Type Manager (ATM) system extension allowed PostScript outline fonts to be displayed on screen and used with all printers (PostScript or not). This allowed for true WYSIWYG printing in a much broader set of circumstances than the base system software, however with a noticeable speed penalty, especially on Motorola 68000-based machines.

After the release of System 7, Apple added System 6 support for TrueType outline fonts through a freely available system extension, providing functionality similar to ATM. Apple provided TrueType outline files for the bitmapped 'city' system fonts, allowing letter quality WYSIWYG printing.

A reboot was required after installing new fonts unless using a font management utility such as Suitcase, FontJuggler or MasterJuggler.

System 7 – Mac OS 9[edit]

A highly touted feature of System 7 was integrated TrueType outline font support, which received industry support from Microsoft. Fonts were still stored in the System file but could be installed using drag-and-drop. To install new fonts, one had to quit all applications.

Despite this, ATM and PostScript Type 1 fonts continued to be widely used, especially for professional desktop publishing. Eventually Adobe released a free version of their utility, called ATM Light.

In System 7.1, a separate Fonts folder appeared in the System Folder. Fonts were automatically installed when dropped on the System Folder, and became available to applications after they were restarted. Font resources were generally grouped in suitcase files. However, rules for storing printer fonts varied greatly between different system, printer and application configurations until the advent of the new Fonts folder. Typically, they had to be stored directly in the System Folder or in the Extensions Folder.

System 7.5 added the QuickDraw GX graphics engine. TrueType GX supported ligatures and other advanced typography features. However little software supported these features and PostScript remained the standard.

Starting with Mac OS 8.5, the operating system supported data fork fonts, including Windows TrueType and OpenType. In addition, Apple created a new format, called PostScript variant.


Fonts in the /System/Library/Fonts folder and the /Library/Fonts folder are available to all users. Fonts stored in a user's ~/Library/Fonts folder are available to only that user. Previously, up to OS X 10.4, both Mac OS 9 applications running in the legacy Classic Environment and native applications could access fonts stored in the Mac OS 9 system folder

macOS includes a software rasterizer that supports PostScript. Thus eliminating the need for the Adobe Type Manager Light program. The built-in text editing supports advanced typesetting features such as adjustable kerning and baseline, as well as a few OpenType features.

Support for QuickDraw GX fonts was dropped in macOS in favor of TrueType fonts using AAT features. Bitmap fonts are only used on screen if there is a corresponding vector form (which is always used in printing).

Since OS X v10.3 (Panther), a utility called Font Book has been included with the operating system allowing users to easily install fonts and do basic font management.

Third-party font managers[edit]

As desktop publishing took off and PostScript and other outline font formats joined the bitmap fonts, the need for unified font management grew. A number of third parties have created tools, such as Suitcase, for managing font sets. For example, they allowed enabling or disabling fonts on-the-fly, and storing fonts outside of their normal locations. Some even allow the use of Windows .ttf font files natively on systems prior to macOS.

Font technology[edit]

TrueType and PostScript[edit]

TrueType is an outline font standard developed by Apple in the late 1980s, and later licensed to Microsoft, as a competitor to Adobe's Type 1 fonts used in PostScript, which dominated desktop publishing.

The outlines of the characters in TrueType fonts are made of straight line segments and quadratic Bézier curves, rather than the cubic Bézier curves in Type 1 fonts. While the underlying mathematics of TrueType is thus simpler, many type developers prefer to work with cubic curves because they are easier to draw and edit.

While earlier versions of the Mac OS required additional software to work with Type 1 fonts (as well as at least one bitmap copy of each Type 1 font to be used), macOS now includes native support for a variety of font technologies, including both TrueType and PostScript Type 1.

Microsoft, together with Adobe, created an extended TrueType format, called OpenType. Apple, however, continued to develop TrueType. A 'Zapf' table, for example, maps composite glyphs to characters and vice versa and adds other features. The table was named after typeface creator Hermann Zapf with permission.[3]

QuickDraw GX[edit]

QuickDraw GX was a complete overhaul of the Macintosh graphics system, including the font system, which was rolled out for System 7.5 in 1995. QuickDraw GX fonts could be in either TrueType or PostScript Type 1 formats and included additional information about the glyphs and their purpose. Advanced features, such as ligatures, glyph variations, kerning information and small caps, could be used by any GX enabled application. Previously, they had typically been reserved for advanced typesetting applications.

Microsoft was refused a license to GX technology and chose to develop OpenType instead. GX typography and GX technology as a whole never saw widespread adoption. Support for GX was dropped in later versions.

AAT covers much of the same ground as OpenType. It incorporates concepts from the Multiple Master font format, which allows multiple axes of traits to be defined and an n-dimensional number of glyphs to be accessible within that space. AAT features do not alter the underlying characters, but do affect their representation during glyph conversion.

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AAT is supported in IBM’s open source ICU library, which implements support for AAT fonts under Linux and other open source operating systems.

Hinting technology[edit]

Hinting is the process by which TrueType fonts are adjusted to the limited resolution of a screen or a relatively low resolution printer. Undesired features in the rendered text, such as lack of symmetry or broken strokes, can be reduced. Hinting is performed by a virtual machine that distorts the control points that define the glyph shapes so that they fit the grid defined by the screen better. Hinting is particularly important when rendering text at low effective resolution: that is, with few pixels per character.

Hinting is part of the TrueType specification, but Apple held three patents in the United States relating to the process:

  • US 5155805 'Method and apparatus for moving control points in displaying digital typeface on raster output devices' (filed May 8, 1989)
  • US 5159668 'Method and apparatus for manipulating outlines in improving digital typeface on raster output devices' (filed May 8, 1989)
  • US 5325479 'Method and apparatus for moving control points in displaying digital typeface on raster output devices' (filed May 28, 1992)

Until they expired, Apple offered licensing of these patents. Microsoft had access to Apple's TrueType patents through cross-licensing. These patents have proven problematic to developers and vendors of open source software for TrueType rendering, such as FreeType. To avoid infringing on the patents, some software disregarded the hinting information present in fonts, resulting in visual artefacts. FreeType developed an automatic hinting engine, but it is difficult to beat the explicit hinting guidelines provided by the typeface designer. The problem of lacking hinting could also be compensated for by using anti-aliasing, although a combination of the two produces the best result.

Subpixel rendering[edit]

A sample of text rendered by the Quartz engine in macOS, using traditional and subpixel rendering. Expanded version, with explanations.

OS X/macOS uses subpixel rendering. Version 10.2 introduced subpixel rendering of type and Quartzvector graphics. This feature is enabled using the System Preferences panel 'General' (10.2) or 'Appearance' (10.3), by setting the font smoothing style to 'Medium — best for Flat Panel'. OS X 10.4 introduced an 'Automatic' setting which transparently chooses either 'Medium' or 'Standard,' depending on the type of main display. The quality of the rendering compared to Microsoft's ClearType and FreeType is contested, and is largely a matter of reader preference. However, Apple's approach differs from that of ClearType and FreeType in that TrueType hinting instructions are discarded for all but the smallest type sizes. This results in more consistency of rendering on Mac OS at the expense of allowing type designers a level of fine tuning through hints.

Fonts of the original Macintosh[edit]

Approximately 12 fonts were included with the classic Mac OS (versions 1–9). With the sole exception of Bill Atkinson's Venice typeface, the fonts included with the original Macintosh were designed by Susan Kare, who also designed most of the Macintosh's original icons.

The Macintosh was an early example of a mainstream computer using fonts featuring characters of different widths, often referred to as proportional fonts. Previously, most computer systems were limited to using monospaced fonts, requiring, for example, i and m to be exactly the same width. Vector-based fonts had yet to appear in the personal computer arena, at least for screen use, so all the original Mac's typefaces were bitmaps. Fonts were available in multiple sizes; those sizes installed on a system would be displayed in the font menu in an outline style.

From System 1 through Mac OS 7.6, the default system fonts for Mac OS were Chicago for menus and window titles and Geneva for Finder icons, and they could not be customized. The fonts for Finder icons became customizable starting in System 7. It is accessible in the 'Views' control panel. In Mac OS 8 and Mac OS 9, the default system font was changed to Charcoal menus and window titles, but it could be customized in Preferences.


After designing the first few fonts, the team decided to adopt a naming convention. First, they settled on using the names of stops along the Paoli, Pennsylvania, commuter rail line: Overbrook, Merion, Ardmore, and Rosemont. Steve Jobs had liked the idea of using cities as the names, but they had to be 'world class' cities.[4]

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Variants of each font were algorithmically generated on-the-fly from the standard fonts. Bold, italic, outlined, underlined and shadowed variations were the most common, though some applications also included subscript and superscript.

Outline, shadow and underline are not always supported by modern software and fonts.

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Apple logo[edit]

Apple's fonts and the Mac OS Romancharacter set include a solid Apple logo. One reason for including a trademark in a font is that the copyright status of fonts and typefaces is a complicated and uncertain matter. Trademark law, on the other hand, is much stronger. Third parties cannot include the Apple logo in fonts without permission from Apple.[citation needed] Apple states in the MacRoman to Unicode mapping file that:

On regular US QWERTY keyboards, the logo character can be typed using the key combination Shift Option K (⇧⌥K). In MacRoman, the Apple logo has a hex value of 0xF0. The Apple logo has not been assigned a dedicated Unicode code point, but Apple uses U+F8FF () in the Private Use Area.

Note that the logo does have a unique PostScript name in the Adobe Glyph List - /apple, mapping to F8FF.


  • Athens (slab serif)
  • Cairo was a bitmapdingbat font, most famous for the dogcow at the z character position.
  • Chicago (sans-serif) was the default Macintosh system font in System 1–7.6. Also seen on LCD screens of earlier iPod models.
  • Geneva (sans-serif) is designed for small point sizes and prevalent in all versions of the Mac user interface. Its name betrays its inspiration by the Swiss typeface Helvetica. Nine point Geneva is built into Old World ROM Macs.
  • London (blackletter) was an Old English–style font.
  • Los Angeles (script) was a thin font that emulated handwriting.
  • Mobile was a bitmapdingbat font. Before System 6, it was known as Taliesin.
  • Monaco (sans-serif, monospaced) is a fixed-width font well-suited for 9–12 pt use. Ten point Monaco is built into Old World ROM Macs.
  • New York (serif) was a Times Roman–inspired font. The name alluded to the inspiration, even though the Times for which Times Roman was created was that of London, not New York.
  • San Francisco was a whimsical font where each character looked as if it was a cutout from a newspaper, creating an intentional ransom note effect.
  • Toronto (slab serif) was a geometric design. It was removed from System 6 and later.
  • Venice (script) was a calligraphic font designed by Bill Atkinson.

See also[edit]


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  1. ^'Fonts supplied with Mac OS'. Microsoft. 2001-05-29. Retrieved 2008-07-17.
  2. ^Strizver, Ilene (2015-06-29). 'Hermann Zapf, ITC & Apple: The History of ITC Zapf Chancery & ITC Zapf Dingbats'. CreativePro.com. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
  3. ^ ab'The TrueType Font File - The Zapf table'. TrueType Reference Manual. Apple Computer, Inc. 2000-09-14. Retrieved 2017-07-25.
  4. ^'World Class Cities'. Folklore.org. Retrieved 2008-07-17.

External links[edit]

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  • 'Mac OS 7.x, 8.x 9.x: Fonts Included With Major System Releases'. Apple Inc. 2002-06-11. Retrieved 2008-07-17.

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