On what ?
"Not a font" is an option only for moderators.
Editado el 20/05/2014 a las 17:16 por Menhir
"o" and "e" are similar than Times New Roman Italic.
I thing that the "v" is inpired (but modified) by this font too (same curves).
And the "D" has some identical elements with the "D" of this fond.
Editado el 20/05/2014 a las 15:10 por Menhir
It's not P22 Underground : B, A and R are différents.
Futura is closer but it's not exactly that.
Because the moderators are humans and some messages can be forgoten. Sorry.
But that : http://www.dafont.com/fr/forum/read/165307/please-font-for-turn-down-for-what
is a good identification but it's not the font asked.
For that : http://www.dafont.com/fr/forum/read/163171/font-of-bitch
you're 2 hours too late.
For that : http://www.dafont.com/fr/forum/read/159497/the-inc-font
you answer to your-self.
... and so ...
There have been some posts in the Identification Forum that I 100% absolutely know that I've identified. But Dafont does'nt approve it...
Wath posts ?
Editado 2 veces. Última edición el 20/05/2014 a las 09:58 por Menhir
So, first of the first, active the Windows option "show the file extensions".
First, extract the TTF or OTF files from the Zip file. Not only open the Zip file but save the TTF or OTF in a folder of your disk.
Second, you install it.
Download for free a commercial font, it's theft.
Trebuchet Bold, execpt a little difference for the "E"
Editado el 15/05/2014 a las 14:45 por Menhir
I think it's not possible to do that with the TTF or OTF format.
Then, you just have to create it "manualy" with a graphic software.
I think it's not a font (but not sure) because the diference of level between the start and the end of the "t".
Fuente identificada: Adler
"these" font ???
"SIMPLE" look like Courrier New but with a smaller serif.
Editado el 07/05/2014 a las 14:19 por drf
Trebuchet (standard in Windows XP and more)
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