|Designer(s)||Virginia Howlett et al.|
Marlett is a TrueType font that has been used in Microsoft Windows since Windows 95. The operating system uses this font to create user interface icons that are used in the menus and windows. Examples are the close, maximize and minimize buttons that are made from the individual glyphs in the font. This was important to allow the users to scale the user interface and have the icons scale with the elements.
- Description of and Troubleshooting the Marlett TrueType Font (Microsoft Knowledge Base)
- Notes on why the Marlett TrueType Font exists (The Old New Thing - MSDN Blogs)
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