The 't_t, f_f, and l_l' glyphs are kerning pairs
. They're spaced a little differently, for when those letters are used consecutively in a word. You're supposed to use them instead
of typing the letter twice. You might as well download the font again, since your copy is now permanently fucked.
I don't think any errors in any fonts can be solved by erasing glyphs.
All fonts are black and white. When you use them in an application, (program), select the text that you want to colour, then select the colour you want to use, from the tool bar choices. The text can be made any colour, but you may be limited in the number of background colours available. Separate tool bar icons would be used to change the text and background colours.
, try browsing through Max Infeld
's fonts, (Xerographer Fonts
He does some really interesting things with simulated grey tones. He has almost 600 fonts posted on DaFont
, so the grey tone fonts will appear on a number of different sub pages.
I would recommend that you install and use any that appeal to you, but avoid opening these font files in preview. Many of them have the heavy font
warning popup box before you can download. They probably use a ton of memory and system resources, when the panagram
text is displayed at different point sizes. I know a thing or too about very complex fonts - I once made a single glyph test font that was 175 kb.
I couldn't extract the font from the .zip, even with the Windows internal extractor.
Try browsing through the Font Identification
forum. Multiple pages of requests are posted daily. Almost all have a thumbnail image with a text sample. If you see some you like, but the fonts aren't EXACTLY what you're looking for, do some research on the designer or foundry that made them. It's very common that the same author will make more than one similar font, if a style is popular. Certain designers make the same font, over and over, more or less.
Edited on Aug 18, 2013 at 20:22 by metaphasebrothel
If your new one is comparable in quality to your first, it should get accepted.
If you're anxious to share, you could always upload it at Fontspace - they have no evaluation process there, and an uploaded font becomes available for download in about a minute. Don't expect as many people to see it there, though.
Since there is no evaluation process, some truly awful fonts show up there, (plus some great ones, you won't find anywhere else).
A while back, I left some nasty comments on two particularly bad fonts. It looked like they had been completed in three minutes, with a bathroom break. Normally I wouldn't have cared, except that they were 'free for personal use'. It's like if you put a sign on your household garbage that said "two dollars a pound".
Someone wrote back to me, saying that I had upset his niece and nephew, aged five and six.
The lower case alphabet does not have 'splatter'. Numbers, symbols, punctuation and capital letters do.
Give that girl a Kewpie Doll!
I have a few Obey
logos in ObeyGiantPoster
, part of the Obey series 2
, but they're dingbats, so the whole word is in one glyph.
If there's something here, it would probably be in Techno -> Sci Fi
Click on the banner for the ones that look like good prospects, and maybe some will have a Delta D.
StaciR StaciR said
Can a manager please delete this thread? It is more them obvious to me that I am not important here as a customer and lover of fonts. I am just an object to be made fun of. I don't appreciate it and would like this thread deleted, or could someone a hell of a lot abrasive as the idiot above me tell me how to delet it
, no one is a customer
, because DaFont
doesn't sell anything, except banner space to advertisers.
is a website that showcases fonts that can be downloaded
or Free for Personal Use
fonts are made by the user, to the author - DaFont
does not receive payment on behalf of the author, nor does It receive a commission or a percentage, when a payment is made.
Oh, and in case you didn't know, koeiekat
is one of the Forum moderators, (as am I). The moderators are not paid. From time to time, someone who makes a positive contribution to the Forum is invited to become a moderator. There are thirty-eight moderators, about one-third of whom are from France, where being rude is the national religion.
Most of the replies to questions come from the moderators, and many of the moderators are rude, sometimes. Some of them are rude more often than others. In my case, I'm usually rude to people who want an immediate answer to a vague question.
With reference to koeiekat
, he has extensive knowledge of fonts, particularly in technical areas. We all recognize that he is lacking in tact. When a question is asked in such a way that it can be understood without additional clarification
, more often than not, he will give a complete and informative answer, without any guff. When someone asks a question that can't be answered directly, he, and many of the other moderators, will often be less than kind. Here are some examples of the kind of dumb questions we get here, all the time:
1) 'What's wrong with the font? I downloaded it, and it doesn't work on my phone!'
2) 'Why can't I install the .zip file?'
3) 'Can you tell me the name of that font that was on the ad for Boston Pizza? It has little curly tails on the G'.
4) 'Which font is the best, for graphic design?'
5) 'The font says 'Free for personal use'. I'm a person, does that mean I can use it for free, but a robot would have to pay?'
6) How do I get in touch with the guy who made the font that looks like a sign on a store in a cowboy movie?'
One final note: The only threads that get deleted are spam threads, like when someone starts a thread to try to sell something like knock-offs of sports jerseys, or if someone posts some political or religious manifesto, that has nothing to do with fonts. In those cases, one of the moderators usually bans the poster from further participation in the forum.
OK, I'm having a blonde moment... several actually.
My font settings folder doesn't seem the same as your screenshot???
Any suggestions. SORRY
If you have FontCreator
or FontLab Studio 5
installed, you'll be able to make this change. You may be able to do it with some other font editors. If you don't have such a program installed, you won't be able to do it.
Question about Donationware
Was wondering if someone could explain donationware to me as I see one font listed for it and now asking for money but I see another that does.
What I think she meant: (change is in bold
Was wondering if someone could explain donationware to me as I see one font listed for it and not
asking for money but I see another that does.
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I installed the font, and had no problem using it with both MS Word 2007 and MS Word 2000. I was, however, unable to view the Font Info, when I opened it with Studio 5, (I also couldn't expand the glyph windows).
Since debramseyer mentioned Times New Roman as the text display, she's probably using a version of Word prior to 2007, or the default display would be Calibri.
One possibility is that the font has been installed, but was not selected before or after the text was typed. That would explain why the text might appear in Times New Roman. If the text appears correctly in a Word Processor, but prints as Times new Roman, that would be an issue with the embedding settings, and probably intentional, on the part of the author. Unfortunately, I can't confirm the embedding settings, because they're in the Font Info, that I can't access. I couldn't figure out how to access the embedding settings information in FontCreator.
It's very smart of you to not be looking for fonts that you already have, unless you are looking for them on your own computer.
For Script fonts available at DaFont
that you might not have, look in the Themes
, under "Script"
, for links to the subsections.
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StaciB, Donationware usually means that the purchase of a license for the commercial use of the font is optional, and/or the author is equipped to receive payment, (ie: he/she has an active Paypal, or similar account, to which donations can be made), and/ or the amount of payment is variable, and/or the recommended payee is not necessarily the font author.
In contrast, Free for Personal Use fonts generally have a fixed price to obtain a commercial use license. FFPU fonts may also have usage restrictions built into the font, if one has not purchased the 'full version'. For example, the FFPU version may have fewer symbols, punctuation, accented characters or ligatures, or there may be restrictions on whether text displayed in a word processor can be printed.
See ScanFont 5
Note that ScanFont 5 is a plug-in for other FontLab softwares, unlike ScanFont 3
, which is a stand alone font editor and, unfortunately, no longer for sale.
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