... a serif font I remember seeing between 2010 and early 2012, in the early days of the Internets. ...
the early days of the Internet
No Arial Bold it says ...
@SportsFonts ... If you can do that Packers font, you can do this.
If it is made like that Packers font it will hardly be usable for what he wants it for. Here a detail of the 5 of that Packers font.
You would not create it, you would copy it. And that would be a copyright infringement The University owns the copyright to the font and diligently protects its use to this day. So it is not about not sharing it is about stealing intulectual and industrial property.
Again, don't even think about it.
Condensed that is. Condensed is horizontal, elongated is vertical
But ... those are letters ... and I can see them on my screen and even print them. That has to be a font.
Fonts work with applications installed on your
PC. That has little - nothing - to do with Google drive and onedrive.
Only when a script font is needed
Zip, is that short for zipper
That is because if someone else and not SportsFonts clones it LSU Athletics will go after the one who cloned it and not after SportsFonts. So he has the font and he is safe.
This font design is so simple with only one basic shape, that round corner, that it can be cloned in no time. Yet, in spite that through the years people have been asking for a copy it has not been done. Why not?
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