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    6 matches comment Hi there. I have a name card that i need to make a replica of but when i print it using mac, the new one is either too fine or too thick. The 2 bradley fonts i have are: BRADLEY HAND ITC (too fine) and BRADLEY HAND ITC TT (too thick). I need something in-between the thicknesses. Mac wont let me bold the Bradley hand itc. Any ideas?
    9 matches comment uploaded image This was done 200 dpi at 320 pt, anti alias smooth.Then some gaussian blur, adjust the levels to b/w and then resize to 404 pixels wide at 200 dpi.
    3 matches comment uploaded image I have spent days looking fo this font ... i tried Bradley hand which is amost (almost) perfect ... but the slant is slightly different and the font i need seems plainer. The a's and t's are what stand out to me as different to Bradley Hand. Is it maybe a variation?
    3 matches comment Bradley Hand. Plus Arial.
    2 matches comment Try ITC Bradley Hand. http://www.abstractfonts.com/search/bradley
    4 matches comment Fonthit has a broken - but here restored - link
    1 matches comment Hi, DejaVu? This Typeface contains Sans, Serif and Monospaced (incl condensed and oblique): http://dejavu-fonts.org/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page DejaVu is based on Bitsreams Vera: http://www.gnome.org/fonts/ You can find another Version of Vera Sans with extended character set with the name ,,arev'' in any CTAN (Comprehensive TeX Archive Network) site. You might also take a look at URWPP Base 35 fonts for GhostScript. This includes a free Helevetica (Nimbus SansL) and Times (Nimbus Roman No9). This is a common combination for english writing (but not suitable for the german language). bye bye Uwe Borchert
    2 matches comment 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.
    1 matches comment Can anyone ID the Font(s) used in this Logo? A number of fonts, including i.e. Bitstream Vera Sans and others, have come pretty close but none is an exact match. Any help?
    1 matches comment ? Font I found on the William Arthur site, named T477. Any ideas on what it really is? The closest I can find is Veer's hiatus, and its not that great of a match. Sorry, my picture won't upload

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