2 matchesThat's odd. I have several True Type fonts installed on my Mac and they seem to work fine. (Though I don't trust them enough to not outline them in Illustrator before sending to an offset printer.)
Still a mystery. I would looooove to use these cool fonts, so I'll keep trying to figure it out. AND keep searching for Mac font sites. Know of any good ones?
Thanks Alex. (And anyone else who can advise.)
8 matches[quote]Other thing, Alex, I can not see some background info anymore. Not urgent but it did help.[/quote]
what type of background info are you referring to?
i will be working on restoring usernames, but i will only do that on request, since i don't know the AF -> AF Forum username connections unless the user tells me.
So please, in this thread, request for me to assign the old forum posts to your new, or existing new forum username. Provide your old username and the new username.
! not ALL free fonts are listed on Abstract or Dafont, some designers choose where they want to be distributed.
But what's the point of giving the same link as above, Prop?
7 matchesWondering what this Clarendon-like typeface (or maybe even actual Clarendon variation/style) is or any details on it.
Thanks in advance my loves :)
More examples can be seen here http://www.okaybeta.com/work/beautiful.html
7 matchesCan anyone direct me to a (free) font that looks like cursive and chrome? We're trying to replicate the font from the Disney movie "Cars" for an elementary school project.
4 matchesHello all, looking for a font that has a grassy or plant type look to it...doing a poster for a show called "Grass Roots" and everything I find is a bit to flowery for my liking. Any help would be appreciated
? Does this appear as any particular typeface to anyone out there? Thanks.
4 matchesI was wondering if anyone knew of a either free program that will enable me to open extended open type fonts? I am aware of adobe cs and illustrator, but they are too expensive for me. Thank you in advance.