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    Buffet Script? ID help please!
    Wintersong
    May 16th, 2007 / quote / 75.36.*.1*
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    I was told this was Buffet Script but I compared it to the sample on Veer.com and, though similar, it doesn't seem to be identical. Can anyone identify it?
    site moderator Schwalbenkoenig
    May 16th, 2007 / quote / 91.142.*.1*
    You can rely on Jan and Marcelo, it sure is Buffet Script with the alternate characters. But they are only reachable with products like Adobe Indesign CS. Means: If you are using e.g. word you are out of luck.
    site moderator Schwalbenkoenig
    May 16th, 2007 / quote / 91.142.*.1*


    You recognise the uppercase R, for example?
    Wintersong
    May 16th, 2007 / quote / 75.36.*.1*
    Yep, but see how the a is different in the first sample? I think I must be missing something because it's the same way in the second sample.
    Wintersong
    May 16th, 2007 / quote / 75.36.*.1*
    Oh, sorry - it only showed me your second reply, not your first! I just saw the first one, so that explains it :) Thank you!

    Incidentally, I have Photoshop CS2 and I can access the stylistic alternates but not the contextual alternates. Do you have any idea whether or not I *should* be able to use the contextual alternates?
    site moderator Schwalbenkoenig
    May 16th, 2007 / quote / 91.142.*.1*
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    this one?
    site moderator Schwalbenkoenig
    May 16th, 2007 / quote / 91.142.*.1*
    Oh, I see, you have seen it. Log into veer.com, it doesn't hurt, it costs you nothing (no spam!) and you'll see what Alejandro Paul has done …

    Magic that is.
    Wintersong
    May 16th, 2007 / quote / 75.36.*.1*
    Yep - that one! It seems to be one of the contextual alternates which I can't access :(
    site moderator Schwalbenkoenig
    May 16th, 2007 / quote / 91.142.*.1*
    @Anna:Incidentally, I have Photoshop CS2 and I can access the stylistic alternates but not the contextual alternates. Do you have any idea whether or not I *should* be able to use the contextual alternates?

    Which system are you on? Mac or win? If Mac: There is one system-extension called PopChar. Very useful. No freeware, but useful. Sorry have to go. Good luck.
    Wintersong
    May 16th, 2007 / quote / 75.36.*.1*
    Windows so looks like a no-go. Thanks for all your help!

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