Luxi is a family of typefaces originally designed for the X Window System by Kris Holmes and Charles Bigelow from Bigelow and Holmes Inc. Luxi are similar to Lucida – their previous font design, and Luxi Sans is also vaguely like Trebuchet MS and Tahoma.
Released under a licence which permits free distribution but not modification, the Luxi fonts are not free software. This led to their removal from the Debian package of XFree86.
New font strategies under System 7.0. (Altsys Corp.'s Metamorphosis Professional 2.01, Ares Software Corp.'s FontMonger 1.0.3) (Software Review) (includes related article on Apple Macintosh System 7.0 and fonts) (evaluation)
Aug 01, 1991; SYSTEM 7.0 HAS CHANGED A LOT ABOUT how the Mac works and how you use it most effectively. In no area have the changes been more...