Cyrprint converts postscript files generated by netscape (original pages must be in koi8 encoding). It can be used as a pass-through filter. It adds cyrillic fonts to the beginning of the file and substitutes font names in the original PS document. The substitution and addition of fonts can be controlled with styles.
This HOWTO explains how to extract embedded bitmaps (sbits) out of CJK TrueType fonts, generating high quality bit-mapped fonts for X11. Included are several encoding maps for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean encodings. Most CJK TrueType fonts include embedded bitmaps for 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 point sizes.
The Code 39 Barcode Font Package contains 6 sizes of TrueType and PostScript fonts, each supplied in normal and text readable formats. The package also contains complete documentation, specifications and implementation examples. Some implementations of Code 3 of 9 (such as Logmars) require a check digit. For this purpose, Font Formatting Components are provided that include a Crystal Reports UFL, a Microsoft VBA module for Excel, and Access and Visual Basic source code which may also be used as a guide for conversion to other languages. This bar-code type is also known as Barcode 3/9, Logmars or Code 3 of 9. The download is fully functional, and only contains a watermark in the upper portion of the barcode.
Precision ID Code 128 Barcode Fonts is a package that contains 6 sizes of TrueType and PostScript fonts and includes PrecisionID Font Formatting Components. The package also contains complete documentation, specifications, and implementation examples. The Font Formatting Components include a Crystal Reports UFL, a Microsoft VBA module for Excel and Access, and Visual Basic source code that may also be used as a guide for conversion to other languages for Code128. This package also provides working examples for Word, Access, Excel and Crystal Reports.
chessdgm.rb converts a standard chess postion file (in the "fen" format) into a word processor diagram. This is a rewrite in Ruby of a C program (chessdgm), with support for more fonts. The fonts have been included in the tarball with their documentation, and are free for non-commercial use, but not GPL.
The ClearlyU family of bitmap fonts provides a set of 12 pt, 100 dpi proportional BDF fonts with many of the glyphs needed for Unicode text (including numerous alternate glyphs and other glyphs not encoded in Unicode that are necessary to actually display certain scripts, e.g., Arabic or Devanagari).