Undergone Font

by Måns Grebäck

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Undergone Personal Use
truetype 370 glyphs 360 characters
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    About Undergone Font

    NOTE: This font is for PERSONAL USE ONLY!

    To purchase a commercial license, visit:
    http://www.aringtypeface.com/undergone

    For questions or proposals, feel very free to mail [email protected]

    Visit my website: http://www.aringtypeface.com
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    2014
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    Carla Croakus
    opuscroakus
    almost 5 years ago

    I don't understand. On two different pages, this font was clearly tagged "COMMERCIAL FONT". To my right, you can also see the tag "Commercial use". So why is it that we're being told it's now only for NON-commercial use?? -->

    I came to this site when Google brought it up after I typed in "freeware commercial fonts", so apparently, someone meta-tagged this font as commercial and their search spider found it.

    It's a stunning font--very original and unique, and I would love to be able to use it for my business, but unfortunately, right now until I'm able to generate revenue, the free commercial fonts will be all I can afford. I just feel kind of duped and led on. 😞

    FontSpace
    fontspace
    almost 5 years ago

    @opuscroakus I have removed that tag, sorry for the confusion.

    If you click Filter on the top of the page, you can choose to see only commercial-use fonts, and that is based on the actual license of the font, and not whatever people have tagged it as. Hope that helps!

    Carla Croakus
    opuscroakus
    almost 5 years ago

    Thanks, it does. Was getting a bit weary of authors yelling at us for just donating a dollar or so as a donation when they really meant the font could be licensed! That was another font and the author was a bit irate when he didn't have it properly tagged to begin with. LOL.

    Thanks, again.