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    Mar 10th, 2007 - Another possibility is... use DIN for the whole thing! I don't think DIN 1451 is that heavy*** so you would need to add weight and cut the corners off for LIFE of course. *** Edit: or FF DIN which has loads of weights.
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    Aug 23rd, 2006 - Hi, I am creating a document for a toy company. I need a round sans font similar to porky's, but without the rotated characters. A porky's straight if you will. I haven't been able to find anything similar, altough dreamspeak seems like it would compl ...
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    Aug 10th, 2003 - Hey everybod- Back I am, it's Saturday the 10th and after about three weeks of on-off-on-off time away I'm finally, firmly on home soil again. At least for a while, anyway. So, your Thir13en Ghosts script. Unfortunately the VikingEye? (© 2003 Koe ...
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    Sep 13th, 2008 - GA Clock font contains various round clock dials, hands and other attributes. It mostly intended for drawing clocks in layered environment such as Photoshop, where you build final graphics by combining dials, hands and other clock attributes. Few sample im ...
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    Sep 3rd, 2010 - Hello! Good evening! Pay attention to the words "Editora √Ārvore da Vida" (in Portuguese means "Life Tree Publishing") and "Fonte da vida ao Seu Alcance" (in Portugeuse, it means "life's foun to your importance") Please identify this round and fut ...
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    Jan 11th, 2003 - Sorry to post again, but this time I found what I think is the real font. Here's the site for it: http://www.elsner-flake.com/ and the font name is DIN 1451 Mittel Alt Anyone know where I can get it for "free?"
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    May 15th, 2006 - Nope, swallow, none of these. Neutroface Titling is too round, not 'bold' enough, the D, P and C don't match, and how about the apostrophe? Mostra One Heavy has an A problem [and again apostrophe] and the Merto Gothic is way out. I've tried to match this ...
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    May 13th, 2009 - DIN or Flama
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    Oct 12th, 2008 - Ivan, ever thought about the Din Black for YOUDEM and the Din Medium for tv?
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    Nov 5th, 2008 - white stroke? very sorry I was looking round and working on it and haven't been back here thank you so much for your work in helping me! I seriously wouldn't have been able to figure this out myself again sorry I didn't say it sooner :( I ...

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    Aug 8th, 2003 - I changed it to GRAY8 bitmap and result is still the same - 4 as bufsize. That's what it's value is before I call it the second time. I checked the return value of GetLastError(), and it was zero. I guess this means there wasn't any error(?!). It would hav ...
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    Sep 20th, 2006 - I believe that is Bradley Hand...although I'm sure Kkat will come behind me with about ten other matches =) A point of advice when using this font...If you need it to be stroked up thicker, set your stroke options to round or it will get really messy.

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    Feb 22nd, 2003 - Some more digging explained. The DIN-Medium is a Acrobat default replacement for a sand typeface if the original was not embedded in the PDF.
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    Aug 30th, 2006 - And, for those interested, the Snell also lives under these names: Bravo Script, Cursive Elegant, Cygnet Round, Heil Script, Rose Round, Roundhand, Script Roundhand, Shell, Signet and Snellbound. And the list is not complete.
    May 11th, 2009 - Thank you for your help. I will let you know if I have any more troubles. Yes, what you noticed was intentional, all similar glyphs a,b,d,p,q have the the same amount of ascension above the x height and desension below the baseline. I just played wi ...
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    May 27th, 2009 - I thought it would be easy to recreate this, because I assumed it was a HelvBold Condensed, just tightening the kerning. The "K" and "W" are different and the X-Height is just a tiny bit off, I think. I tested Trade Gothic Condensed, DIN varietie ...
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    Nov 3rd, 2006 - Close, c l o s e, c l o s e. But, no. The dot on the i should be round and the s amongst others doesn't match. We will have to find a deriviate of the Cooper Black italic to match this thing.
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    Apr 12th, 2007 - The other way round, I think, Heron. Book Jacket is exactly the same as the Corel Brochure vv. But look at the Book Jacket version string: Converted from C:\TEMP\BROCHURN.TF1by ALLTYPE
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    Apr 28th, 2009 - Thank you, I will try to find another picture, this one was poor even before uploading it. Or I will scan one/take a picture when I get back home to my computer. I cannot remember what site I found this pic on, but the book is called "Little Puff," b ...
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    Jun 3rd, 2008 - Swallow, assuming that the round corners are caused by unsharpness and image compression, what would you think about FontFont's Transit?