Italicized. Commercial versions are URW Dyana D Bold Condensed and Dynamo EF Condensed. WSI had a Italic version of the Nougat.
The Kat wonders how come it is Canadians -the English speaking, sorry Claude, that can not see the difference between one and another. Too much time spent in the methaphase brothel maybe?
Edited on Mar 08, 2014 at 21:30 by koeiekat
As long, M+R, as you do not touch any Copperplate named font. They are all protected. Any idea why I gave you alternative names of extinct foundries? Think!
Something that smells after this? http://www.dafont.com/pieces-of-eight.font?text=River+Roots
Edited on Mar 08, 2014 at 17:56 by koeiekat
Made with the Lubalin Graph
M+R, The last image is not the same font as the first. Both are most probably a copperplate or alike, the first one expanded and the last one condensed. The last one could be ImageLine's Font-A-Holic Regular ttnorm.
What puzzles me, however, is why would someone opt for using a font with such small serifs for such a small size on a screen. It just doesn't make sense.
For that M+R you need a font editor. First set your widest glyph left position to zero. Then set a fixed advance width that is at least the same as the width of your widest glyph. Finish by centering the glyphs between left and right bearings.
This is the result for FontFever26-Ext. Widest glyph is the W, 1201 emm. I have changed that to 1200, nice even number. Fixed width set at 1200, moved all glyphs to center in between bearings.
It is the R that determines a match. Perfect or close. In your sample image, M+R, there are no punctuation marks so tell me ... how can I match against those.
If you want a match for each and every glyph the show a sample with each and every glyph. And preferably at a larger size than a shrunk atom.
@the brothel: Yellow!!
Similar only, Alternate Gothic 2 and Trade Gothic LT Bold Condensed.
Yep, that is funny. Normally first you get fat and then you get a stroke. Not here, here first you get a stroke and then you get fat.
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