1 matchesThe M's are DEFINITELY the font "Boulevard". Have it at work, don't remember where it came from, probably Micro$$$$. Didn't really pay too much attention to the rest of the sample, so many serif fonts look similar it should be fairly easy to match.
1 matchesI'm looking for a font on this site that is called Crazy Writer its a graffiti font but it doesn't download on abstract fonts.... can anyone find it elsewhere because i know i can't!
1 matchesMy name is Ed Rooney and I own and operate www.Inb0x.com. The plaigarism that took place on the part of one of my writers is not acceptable either for my clients or for myself. With that in mind I have issued an apology directly to both Brandon and Alex and now to the community here as a whole.
I do feel it is important, however, that I make it known that this is not how I run my business. Inb0x.com has enjoyed enormous growth and positive feedback and has built a rock-solid reputation for customer service and quality forum posting. Unfortunately this can be ruined by the actions of a single rogue writer.
As Brandon said himself - one of the problems when you hire someone to do a job is you cannot stand over their shoulder and control every move they make. I have over 200 writers working for me and we have accomplished over 30,000 forum posts to date without plaigarism ever being an issue. I am working to get at the name of the poster who plaigarised and will promptly remove them from my service.
It has truly been an unfortunate and uncomfortable situation and I have taken all the steps I can to rectify the problem. I have refunded Brandon of course and am working to discover who the writer was. Because Brandon deleted his forum I cannot verify who was at fault. If any member of this community knows without doubt the username who plaigarised please contact me directly at email@example.com.
The writers who were assigned to Brandon's forum were:
I would appreciate any help you could give me in determining who was at fault so I may prevent further damage by this writer to my hard-earned reputation.
Lastly I would like to mention that hiring Inb0x has never resulted in this type of situation before and anyone considering using a paid forum posting service can remain confident that Inb0x is run with dedication to quality posting and customer service and this was a one-time incident involving a bad apple.
I offer this community, Alex and Brandon my public apology and commitment to get to the bottom of this.
Owner - www.Inb0x.com
1 matchesI would like to use Merriam-Webster pronunciation symbols in Open office writer. I assume that I have to find a font that has these special symbols and install it on the computer and then open office or for that matter ms office would find that and add the pronunciation symbols to the special character insert feature. The problem is how do I find those symbols? I have searched around but have not found anything yet.
1 matchesGeez, Laurie - you're such a writer!!! Maybe Alex should think of opening a "How-To" or "Tips and tricks" section of this site. Every word you say is 100% right and I agree. One point tho : when I pointed VectorMagic, there was no response from Andrew - you people should at least take a look at the suggestions others made. If you want, we can try out this - send me a bitmap file of your original design for one character and I will see how it behaves in VectorMagic - and I will return it back to you, so you can decide whether the tool is right for you. I have no idea how you do your bitmap to vector conversions, do you make your original designs by hand (I mean, on paper with a spray, for example) or entirely in Photoshop. But we can try it, right?