yes : http://www.dafont.com/fr/fm-college-team.font
Try to contact Dieter Schumacher, or use the 9 and flip it
Edited on May 11, 2016 at 18:17 by daaams
t'as relancé ta bécane ? Ça mange pas de pain, et ça peut régler ton problème.
yeah probably. You should search on the InDesign manual.
You should ask the author if you want to be sure, as every author has a different approach about "personal use".
Depends on if you have ads on your website, if you earn money through video ads,...
yeah, but we need to guess :
- what logo you're talking about
- what OS you're using (some fonts are OS specific)
- what software are installed on your computer (some fonts are bundled with software)
i give up, sorry... i'm not a soothsayer
why don't you just try all possibilities by yourself, using the fonts installed on your computer, and see what matches the best with the logo you're talkiing about ?!
you want us to guess which fonts are installed on your computer ?
Attention, il y a une grosse différence entre "libre de droits" et gratuit.
Libre de droits ne veut pas dire gratuit.
D'ailleurs, nulle part sur le site n'est fait mention de "libre de droits".
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