fontmfizz -- Vector Icons for Technology and Software Geeks Version: 2017/03/19 Font Mfizz provides scalable vector icons representing programming languages, operating systems, software engineering, and technology. The included "font-mfizz" free font is designed by MFizz Inc, Joe Lauer and released under the open The MIT License (available at http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT). See http://mfizz.com/oss/font-mfizz for more details about the font itself. This package requires the "fontspec" package and either the Xe(La)TeX or Lua(La)TeX engine to load the included ttf font. Once the package is loaded, icons can be accessed through the general \mficon command, which takes as argument the name of the desired icon, or through direct commands specific to each icon. The full list of icon designs, names and direct commands is showcased in the manual. Font MFizz font Author: MFizz Inc, Joe Lauer Website: http://mfizz.com/oss/font-mfizz Licence: MIT License fontmfizz package Author: Kevin Dungs <firstname.lastname@example.org> Licence: MIT License
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fontmfizz – Font Mfizz icons for use in LaTeX
This package requires the fontspec package and either the Xe(La)TeX or Lua(La)TeX engine to load the included ttf font.
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