That Microsoft Typography page will send you to a fonts.com page showing the Data-70 which is a variation on the original Westminster. Notice the difference in the g.
Edited on Nov 25, 2013 at 15:53 by Rodolphe
Maybe, but then maybe not. Creating composites should be a one click action. Whether the starting point is a vector or whatever else.
It has been mumbled here before, fontforge maybe free but it is by far not the most user friendly fonteditor around. Find one that very simply, one click, lets you make those composite glyphs. Or live with the 'advantages' of a free editor.
True Claude, as usual. Lives under several names but only the Cane has a condensed version. Not a really perfect match for any of those anyway, compare 3 and l. So I have made it yellow
Known as Cane Condensed (1994 Bay Animation).
Edited on Nov 23, 2013 at 10:44 by koeiekat
One more like this LooneyTunerIan and you will be kicked out of this forum.
The unreadable thingie at the top
Also not the correct Ç and Ã, alas.
Edited on Nov 23, 2013 at 09:48 by koeiekat
Earlier version was Love Light
, which has capitals with little hearts.
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