May I use the fonts that come with OSX for commercial texts and logos printed on paper, shown in commercial videos and made available for download as printed images in commerical PDFs?
I've looked everywhere for hours, but this is the only paragraph I could find in Apple's own EULA - and it doesn't say anything:
E. Fonts. Subject to the terms and conditions of this License, you may use the fonts included with the
Apple Software to display and print content while running the Apple Software; however, you may only
embed fonts in content if that is permitted by the embedding restrictions accompanying the font in
question. These embedding restrictions can be found in the Font Book/Preview/Show Font Info panel.
There's no relevant information in Font Book either; in most cases it just refers to "the EULA for the product in which this font is included", making it a catch 22...
So does anybody have links to reliable documentation about commercial use of fonts that come with OSX?