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Archived - Mac OS X 10.4: Fonts list

In Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, the Mac OS X Installer installs fonts in one of two folders:

  • /Library/Fonts
  • /System/Library/Fonts

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You can turn a font on or off using Font Book to customize what fonts appear in an application's font menu, or in the Font panel. You don't normally need to worry about which Mac OS X 10.4 fonts you turn off or remove; any font that is required by the system, such as Geneva.dfont, Keyboard.dfont, LastResort.dfont, and Lucida Grande.dfont, cannot be disabled with Font Book.

However, some fonts that you can turn off (disable) may be required by specific applications. For example, Terminal needs the Monaco font to function correctly.

The number of fonts installed by the Mac OS X Installer depends on which packages you selected (see the package details below) when you installed Mac OS X 10.4. If you customized your installation, you may not have all of the fonts listed below. If you installed Mac OS X 10.4 over a previous version of Mac OS X, you may have additional fonts installed. Here is a list of all fonts that come with Mac OS X 10.4, and their associated packages.

Apple LiGothic Medium.dfont Traditional Chinese
AppleGothic.dfont Korean
AquaKanaBold.otf Japanese
AquaKanaRegular.otf Japanese
Courier.dfont  
Geeza Pro Bold.ttf Arabic
Geeza Pro.ttf Arabic
Geneva.dfont  
Hei.dfont Simplified Chinese
HelveLTMM  
Helvetica LT MM  
Helvetica.dfont  
Hiragino Kaku Gothic Pro W3.otf Japanese
Hiragino Kaku Gothic Pro W6.otf Japanese
Hiragino Kaku Gothic Std W8.otf Japanese
Hiragino Maru Gothic Pro W4.otf Japanese
Hiragino Mincho Pro W3.otf Japanese
Hiragino Mincho Pro W6.otf Japanese
Keyboard.dfont  
LastResort.dfont  
LiHei Pro.ttf Traditional Chinese
LucidaGrande.dfont  
Monaco.dfont  
Osaka.dfont Japanese
OsakaMono.dfont Japanese
STHeiti Light.ttf Simplified Chinese
STHeiti Regular.ttf Simplified Chinese
Symbol.dfont  
Times LT MM  
Times.dfont  
TimesLTMM  
ZapfDingbats.dfont  
AmericanTypewriter.dfont
Andale Mono
Apple Chancery.dfont
Apple Symbols.ttf
Arial
Arial Black
Arial Narrow
Arial Rounded Bold
Baskerville.dfont
BigCaslon.dfont
Brush Script
Chalkboard.ttf
ChalkboardBold.ttf
Cochin.dfont
Comic Sans MS
Copperplate.dfont
Courier New
Didot.dfont
Futura.dfont
Georgia
GillSans.dfont
HelveticaNeue.dfont
Herculanum.dfont
Hoefler Text.dfont
Impact
Kai.dfont (Simplified Chinese)
MarkerFelt.dfont
Optima.dfont
Papyrus.dfont
Skia.dfont
Times New Roman
Trebuchet MS
Verdana
Webdings
Zapfino.dfont
#Gungseouche.dfont Korean
#HeadlineA.dfont Korean
#PCmyoungjo.dfont Korean
#Pilgiche.dfont Korean
AlBayan.ttf Arabic
AlBayanBold.ttf Arabic
Apple LiSung Light.dfont Traditional Chinese
AppleMyungjo.dfont Korean
ArialHB.ttf Hebrew
ArialHBBold.ttf Hebrew
Ayuthaya.ttf Thai
Baghdad.ttf Arabic
BiauKai.dfont Traditional Chinese
CharcoalCY.dfont Cyrillic
Corsiva.ttf Hebrew
CorsivaBold.ttf Hebrew
DecoTypeNaskh.ttf Arabic
DevanagariMT.ttf Indic
DevanagariMTBold.ttf Indic
EuphemiaCASBold.ttf Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics
EuphemiaCASItalic.ttf Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics
EuphemiaCASRegular.ttf Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics
GenevaCY.dfont Cyrillic
GujaratiMT.ttf Indic
GujaratiMTBold.ttf Indic
Gurmukhi.ttf Indic
HelveticaCY.dfont Cyrillic
InaiMathi.ttf Tamil
Krungthep.ttf Thai
KufiStandarGK.ttf Arabic
LiSong Pro.ttf Traditional Chinese
MshtakanBold.ttf Armenian
MshtakanBoldOblique.ttf Armenian
MshtakanOblique.ttf Armenian
MshtakanRegular.ttf Armenian
Nadeem.ttf Arabic
NewPeninimMT.ttf Hebrew
NewPeninimMTBold.ttf Hebrew
NewPeninimMTBoldInclined.ttf Hebrew
NewPeninimMTInclined.ttf Hebrew
NISC18030.ttf  
PlantagenetCherokee.ttf Cherokee
Raanana.ttf Hebrew
RaananaBold.ttf Hebrew
Sathu.ttf Thai
Silom.ttf Thai
STFangsong.ttf Simplified Chinese
STKaiti.ttf Simplified Chinese
STSong.ttf Simplified Chinese
Thonburi.ttf Thai

This list does not include fonts that are installed in the Mac OS 9 System Folder, which is used by Classic.

Some of the fonts included in this list have file names containing non-Roman characters. These fonts will display the following file names when viewed in the Finder:

Important: Information about products not manufactured by Apple is provided for information purposes only and does not constitute Apple’s recommendation or endorsement. Please contact the vendor for additional information.
Last Modified: Nov 6, 2011
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