The Apple Standard Cyrillic fonts referenced in Step 1 are TrueType fonts. If you're interested
in obtaining PostScript versions of the same fonts, read on...
Submitted by Andreas Prilop:
The disk "Install 2" contains the PostScript versions of the Cyrillic
fonts. Some people might prefer these to the TrueType versions.
In fact, I think the PostScript versions are better because the fonts
were originally produced with Fontographer as PostScript fonts and
then automatically converted to TrueType format.
- Download an image of Install
2. If you're having difficulties with this link, go to the mirrors page which contains an exhaustive listing
of FTP servers in the USA and abroad.
- Use StuffIt Expander to
decompress the resulting image file.
- Use Disk
Copy software from Apple to mount the disk image on your desktop
by dragging Install 2.image file onto Disk Copy icon.
- Double-click on the floppy to open it.
- Open the folder PostScript.
- Drag all the fonts on top of your closed System folder until
it becomes highlighted, and release the mouse button.
- Confirm that you would indeed like to install some fonts.
- You're done.