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The Stay-Puft free TrueType font

Stay-Puft is a font developed freehand, with minimal splines. It's all rounded and a sort of marshmallowy, so the author thought on it as the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Font (see Ghostbusters if you don't get it). The outcome looks sort of like Comic Sans MS. It's kind of cute, and might be good for frivolous stuff such as birthday cards.

It covers only languages using latin1 (ISO-8859-1).

Package version:0.04-3


The StayPuft font for Debian

The StayPuft TrueType font has been designed by John Stracke and released
under the LGPL license. Please see the copyright file for licensing details.

The font is automatically available through fontconfig (if it is installed)
to all fontconfig aware applications (e.g. GNOME 2.2, KDE 3.1, Mozilla when
using the mozilla-xft package). If yo


The Stay-Puft Marshmallow Font

Copyright (c) 2003 by John Stracke

Not a very impressive piece of work, but fun.  I sat down to fiddle
with pfaedit, and started seeing what I could do freehand, with
minimal splines.  The result was all rounded (not surprising), sort of
marshmallowy, and I started thinking of it as the Stay-Puft
Marshmallow Font (see Ghostbusters if you don't get it).  Once I had 


ttf-staypuft (0.04-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * New maintainer. Closes: #521501
  * Acknowledged changes from NMU (Closes: #443022).
  * Bump Standarts-Version to 3.8.3
  * Bump compat and debhelper to 5, also defoma to 0.11.10 Closes: #454082
  * Change Builds-Depends-Indep to Build-Depends, no need for it.
  * Set in Section fonts instance of x11. 
  * Add a copyright notice.
  * Add -e paramet


This package was debianized by Carlos Perelló Marín <>
on Sun, 13 Jun 2004.

It wa

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