It is what one delivers in the other 41 weeks, including weekends and being available 80 hours a week ...
jenmaton, could you post one or more images, preferably in .png file type, showing a sample of a capital letter, a lower case letter, a number, and a symbol? What is the file type of your vectors? This would help some designers in determining if they would like to do this, and if the software they use would allow them to do it. If at least one image is a screen capture of a vector you've created, someone could gauge how long the job would take.
Just out of curiosity, what kind of error/problem can you get with "Contours with unknown (or incorrect) direction"?
, if you're not wearing protection.
This sounds like a no-brainer, but did you try to send e-mail to Daniel at both the account shown in his profile, and the one in the contact information on his blogspot page, (on the right hand side, about mid page?). That one's more likely to be in current use.
As if the pre installed fonts change much from one Windows OS to the next...
Looking for the font Copperplate
I was wondering if anyone knows if the font Copperplate is available on dafont.com. I have searched for it with no luck. If anyone knows of where I could find the font or a similar font to Copperplate please let me know. Thanks in advance.
Did you check in your operating system? There are two weights in the XP standard fonts.
How about these?
Dissing 100% Free
fonts isn't cool, son. Maybe you should stick with the garbage fonts that have a licensing fee for commercial use, but aren't worth the disk space that the .zips fill.
Edited on Aug 12, 2014 at 02:43 by metaphasebrothel
Good Bye Lullaby
metaphasebrothel: I want to contact them so that I can donate because this font is listed as donationware, and also to get in writing that they are really OK with me making money off their font. koeiekat: I have no idea what you are talking about...
is not Donationware. Donationware means that you have to pay for commercial use, but the user determines the amount. This font is 100% Free, with the option of making a donation to the author.
is suggesting that SBA Factory doesn't actually design the fonts they release, they 'borrow' from other designers.
Why would you need to contact them? The font is 100% Free. Just use it, and perform a random act of kindness for a stranger, like the designer did for you.
1) Click the link near the tom, upper left, for Themes.
2) Click on the link for the category you want to browse.
3) Near the top of the page, far right, beside the Submit button, is a link named More Options. Click it.
4) Put check marks in the boxes for 'Public Domain/ GPL' and '100 Free' The displayed results will show the fonts that you can use without having to pay for a commercial use license.
Looks like the work of Keith Morris: http://www.keithmorris.com.au/
She may also have meant free for
commercial use fonts. Derika
was asking about this on behalf of a friend, who 'maybe ... can't afford to purchase a commercial use font right at the moment.' That doesn't necessarily mean that Derika
's friend wants to use flourishes from a commercial font, without purchasing a license. It does mean that she would like to have some fleuron fonts that can be downloaded for free. You may be correct, but you are not necessarily correct. I just don't you to have to use the head banging smiley again, when one of your pontifications has been proven false.
Edited on Jul 18, 2014 at 11:25 by metaphasebrothel
You just aren't as fluent in North American vaguespeak
as I am, kat. I think Derika
just wants some ornaments that can be downloaded for free, but her syntax is imprecise, hence confusion is caused among those to whom North American English is not their first language.
Edited on Jul 18, 2014 at 11:07 by metaphasebrothel
, try looking though the Dingbats -> Shapes Theme, here at DaFont
. There are a lot of free or free for personal use fonts with these sorts of decorative elements, often referred to as flourishes
It looks a lot like Georgia or Bookman Old Style, which you should alread have installed as standard fonts in your Windows operating system.
What you download from DaFont is a compressed archive, called a .zip file. You need to open the .zip file, extract the files inside, and install the font file(s) that are in the .zip.
Try right clicking on the .zip, select the 'Extract' option from the menu, and follow the instructions to access the files inside.
.jpeg is the image equivalent of a 64 kbit/sec .mp3 audio file.
I'm going to go out on a limb and say no one will help you with this request. No one could. No one would, if they could.
This is what your image looks like at eight times enlargement:
Besides, why would someone use their
time to make a font of someone else'
design, because you
Does anyone know which font matches, or most closely resembles the lettering on the Cincinnati Reds uniforms? It looks to me like a Font Mesa
Is the uniform number from the same font?
Edited on Jun 22, 2014 at 21:34 by Rodolphe
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