NOTE: I created these Mac fonts (and there was/is a PC version also) for the transcription of Korean and Japanese many years ago, in 1994. Do not install these on your Mac OS X or later system, there is no need to do so. These fonts only made sense on Mac OS 7 to 9.
Frank's Brève Fonts for the transcription of Korean and Japanese according to the systems of McCune-Reischauer and Hepburn.
(There are six fonts available; to use them properly you should also "download" the keyboard drivers. To download these files, just click once onto the links below.
(1) ESSENTIALS: keyboard drivers + ReadMe texts + UNprof. adds (100K)
(2) Aria* (110K)
(3) Courie* (125K)
(4) Garamo* (280K)
(5) NewYork* (70K)
(6) Palatin* (280K)
(7) Time* (240K)
1. If the customized U.S.* keyboard driver doesn't show up in your Mac's keyboard menu -- upper right of the screen, you need to select it once in the "Keyboard" control panel.
2. Starting with Mac OS 8.5, TrueType resources within TrueType fonts precede bitmapped resources. Many new fonts do not have bitmapped resources anymore, but my Brève fonts do all include both resources. Running 8.5 or above you will get a *sharper screen display* of these fonts (and of most other TrueType fonts, in my opinion!) if you simply turn off "Smooth all fonts on Screen" option in "Appearance" control panel.