What is the difference between .cmx and .dfont?
- Vector Image
- Image file format used by Corel programs, such as CorelDRAW, Corel Presentations, and Paint Shop Pro; also used for storing vector-based image files included with Corel Mega Gallery Clip Art; includes image data as well as metadata that describes the image.
- Standard font format used by Mac OS X; font contents are stored in the data fork part of the file instead of the resource fork (which was used by fonts in Mac OS Classic).
- MIME Type
- .cmx on Wikipedia
- .dfont on Wikipedia