Can someome tell me the name of this font please in the word Luxury? I think the first part is Bickham Script, but I can't find a font that matches the scripty Y. HELP. Thank you.
All is 'Bickham Script', using alternates...
This is a listing of all 1,715 glyphs contained in the font, including OpenType variants that may only be accessible via OpenType-aware applications, like MS Office 2010, Photoshop, Illustrator, CorelDraw, etc...:
ktiff ha dicho
Thank you, how do I use alternates?
Libre Office : Insert /Special Characters
Thank you both, I tried the Character Map and I still do not see the font design of the "Luxury" word in my logo.
SashiX thank you - I am trying to use this on Microsoft Publisher 2010 and I am having no luck.........ugh!
Don't panic, ktiff
As Claude said before, use Character Map that comes with your Windows. Open it and select Bickham font (see claude's image above). Then start to search for that "x", for example. Once you locate that "x", look at the bottom of this window - that's the "short cut" for this letter (in HEX, you will need to convert it to decimal).
No prob, I will help you this time:
Type first two letters: "Lu", then, for that alternate "x", hold Alt and type 58583 on num.pad (Alt+58583, num.pad should be ON/activate, of course), type "ur" then (should appear as is, no special stuff needed), and for that "y" hold Alt again and type 58610 on num.pad. You will need to overlap and merge that "y" with this one: Alt+58608. Good luck
Editado el 19/05/2013 a las 05:18 por SashiX
Hi, again - thank you! I tried that and my character map only has Unicode DOS and Western available. When I type the numbers you gave me it comes up with a box with an x.
what Bickham script do you have then? From Adobe? (right button on font file -> Properties -> "Details")
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