May 21st, 2003 - Hey again-
I'm sorry, I don't. But even if I did, I couldn't divulge. This is an issue that has cropped up numerous times, and the long and the short of it is that Alex (the big cheese round here) can only keep AbstractFonts alive through the help of ...
Mar 23rd, 2004 - Hi!
I'm quiet sure it's DIN Mittelschrift Bold, out of the family of German Industrial Standard Fonts (D[/b:0ecb0b7dd1]eutsche I[/b:0ecb0b7dd1]ndustrie-N[/b:0ecb0b7dd1]ormen).
available on abstractfonts.com
Oct 23rd, 2005 - The bitmap is still a bit of a puzzle. Looking at the caps only, quite a number of (I guess) 9 or 10 pixiel bitmaps could do the job. So, only looking at the lower case can tell us which type we're looking at. Here we have a problem: The 'a' does match the ...
Aug 13th, 2010 - Hi,
This Typeface is the DIN Fette Mittelschrift (according to DIN 1451):
The º looks compossed "o + _" and not a regular º see glyph tables ...
Mar 13th, 2010 - Hi,
«10» looks like the typefaces according DIN 1451 and «196» looks like Gill Sans.
«Fette Mittelschrift DIN 1451»:
Engschrift: Condensed/Narrow Type
Mittelschrift: Normal Type ...
Aug 6th, 2005 - except for the letter 'a' it is Kabel Book, i believe[/quote:231303ed1f]
Good guess Alex but I'm afraid it is not.Indeed the 'a' and too perfectly round. Or, if you like, no balance. What it is? I don't know (yet). But the design has been heavily borrow ...
Sep 20th, 2007 - THANKS! :)
Yet although all of those are round, none of them are TUBULAR - they don't have rounded tips...
Note: Curls (a free font) is also similar, but still not it...
Apr 4th, 2010 - Hi,
I don't think so. Wrong C, G and O. The letters are constructed on chequered paper. See the typefaces according to DIN 1451... Look at the narrow type called ,,Fette Engschrift'' (english: bold narrow type). This is the direction where this typefac ...
Jun 10th, 2006 - I know it's not a great image of the font, but the particulars of the font is that the 'b' and the 'd' don't have a tail and are round rather than square (which I've seen a few with this characteristic).
Any help would be really great.
Thanks in adva ...
Jul 25th, 2009 - Mmmmm yeah maybe. People seem to like it though so who knows... I have ideas on how to improve it further.
such as minimizing the extremity of the round overshoots on lowercase letters, as Ivan rightly observed cause an unevenness to the fonts overall a ...
Apr 14th, 2010 - Hi,
the base typeface is a typeface acording to the DIN 1451 (german industrial standard). The is a similar typeface for free:
But this one isn`t excactly yours. Sorry.