Publication didn't pay for font??
I was working with a client, and he was having recurring issues with the typefaces he uses on multiple machines (about 6 Macs) for a weekly publication of about 32-36 pages
Long story short, I knew which foundry designed the font and knew it was a font that you have to pay for.
I told the owner that it was paid for font, and if it was corrupt that he might be able call the foundry and see if they would allow him to download a new copy, he blatantly replied "I'm not paying for that."
I gave him the benefit of possibly being uninformed and went looking through the font folder, and I couldn't find any EULA's, it was just an unorganized folder of typefaces. I figured something like that would be an asset to any company and it would be taking better care of than just thrown in a folder so am I looking in the wrong place or does a EULA.txt not ship with typefaces from foundries? I'm asking because I've never downloaded one from a foundry before, just from places like Dafont.com etc, and those come with them.