Except for the second letter.
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... An alternative explanation is that the makers of _Atlantic_ thickened Wide Normal to make the letters...
Nope. Look at the top of the t.
Indy 17 came in four variations, Normal, Bold, Wide Normal and Extended Normal, each with an Italic version, so eight faces in all. As said, the Wide Normal is the best match. The best, not the perfect.
Best match is Bay_Animation's Indy 17 Wide Normal. Bay Animation is no more but like a phoenix is now known as Arts & Letters. Indy 17 is made after the Industrial.
Editado el 05/10/2015 a las 23:52 por koeiekat
That is vLetter's Hadley. Cloned by Weatherly Systems Inc (RIP) and renamed to Bettys Hand, which in it's turn was copied by LysMedia and renamed LEHN030.
It is all in the 'r'
Sorry, I formulated it the wrong way. I should have said why is it stinks like Futura. Or rather, why is it that americans don't give a shit about others intellectual property but oh, oh oh, when it affects their business. Remember how Bitstream started?
With Word it is easy, it is all in the menu. But, why with Excel? Doesn't add anything to the functionality of a spreadsheet.
Nice. Though no alt Q
Dean01 beats Superman. From the UK to Mexico in three hours and thirty four minutes. But why ask for the same font twice?
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