I think it's Stonehenge with the G of an other font.
littlebluechoo ha dicho
I'm tied of the same old stencil fonts Looking for something new that doesn't have cut outs.
Some other "stencil" styles : http://www.dafont.com/theme.php?cat=114&fpp=50&af=on
Coup de change, c'est ma police "standard".
Editado el 05/12/2016 a las 10:31 por Menhir
k66473 ha dicho
I can not install font.
What's append exactly ?
Have you read the FAQ ? http://www.dafont.com/faq.php#win
SageWoman ha dicho
You mean I don't have to have any special equipment or printer for the non-standard American alphabet? Cool!
You don't need special equipment to use any TTF font, including non-latin (American) alphabet (I use often asian alphabets) or even symboles (like that http://www.dafont.com/theme.php?cat=701
You are able to use every fonts available on DaFont without special equipment.
Editado el 01/12/2016 a las 11:30 por frd
To install a font on Windows : http://www.dafont.com/fr/faq.php#win
If you have some difficulties with this process, you can ask questions.
After install, you can use the font with every installed softwares (using fonts of course) and every printers (younger than 30 years).
It's very close Furtura Black but the "I" is a little bit different.
Editado el 30/11/2016 a las 13:57 por frd
I know this font with the name "Lower Westside" but I don't know a reliable website to download it or buy it.
I got it on a CD many year ago.
Editado 2 veces. Última edición el 30/11/2016 a las 11:13 por Menhir
A font file is a file same an other. You can store it everywere you want.
If you don't use some fonts, don't install them. Just store it in an other directory an install only the fonts you need.
It will be easier to use.
Justice is a question of point of view.
Remember that the villain is the hero of is ows history.
It's too little et too clear for a good identification.
It look like Time New Roman bold.
Editado el 25/11/2016 a las 17:54 por Menhir
It's very close Franklin Gothic (juste a little difference at the "g"
Editado el 25/11/2016 a las 13:39 por frd
But it's the same look than Arial.
Editado el 25/11/2016 a las 13:40 por frd
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