ComputerModern is a collection of nine fonts based on the Computer Modern family originally designed by Professor Donald Knuth for his TeX typesetting language. It includes standard Macintosh versions of ComputerModern Regular, Italic, Bold, Bold Italic, Slant, Caps, Bold Caps, Sans, and Bold Sans. ComputerModern Sans resembles Gill Sans more than anything else, while ComputerModern looks like a cross between Century and Baskerville. These fonts contain the entire standard Macintosh character set, complete with all the special symbols, accented characters, and ligatures. It also includes both PostScript and TrueType font formats. The demo versions are the same as the real versions except that the commas and periods have been replaced with a tiny image of the word.