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Posts by tophy52

Sep 24, 2015 at 21:23  [initial post]  Reproduction of IBM ball typewriter font ?

Hi all,
Trying to reproduce this font, typed on a "real" IBM ball typewriter, back in 1981.
Any idea of what could be close enough, please ?


... and a 6pack of beer with it to take away ?
Anything else ?
It'll be 3.595,99$.
Charge or Debit?

Apr 14, 2015 at 17:59  [reply]  Family Guy Credits Font Alternative

Minecraft Logan said  
Family Guy Credits Font Alternative
I REALLY Need a free font! Any ideas of anything similar (and free) to Contemporary Brush Extra Bold!?

That was his question, though.

Apr 14, 2015 at 14:35  [reply]  Family Guy Credits Font Alternative

Apr 10, 2015 at 19:03  [reply]  Just sharing

Cute, Thanks Jackie.

We use to do that with a Graphos ! It wasn't as fast...

Dans Excel ou Open Office
cellule A1
cellule B1


quelle que soit la police utilisée !!
(poil aux vers du nez!)

Ahah, la tête de Daaams !!!
Quoiiii ?
Bah oui, quand faut aller vite, faut y aller.

Les même comparatifs avec le Bold et le Black

ilhamfnh23 said  
someone knows the name of the font with two version of lowercase "a"(single and double story).i will check the font,if right i will say thanks for the font(this font is look like in fancy theme or whatever)

NO. Nobody knows.
How many times do we have to repeat?
All the time you spend here being a pain, is lost time for you to search on your own.

Simplifie-toi la vie.
A moins que le client demande vraiment de l'Helvetica, remplace la par de l'Arial, dispo sur tous les PC.
La différence est minime. Un moment de honte pour ton petit cœur d'imprimeur sera vite oublié.

Mar 17, 2015 at 14:28  [reply]  Help Please!!

wow, je suis toujours 36e !!

Non, ce sont 2 choses différentes.
100 % gratuite veut bien dire 100% gratuite, mais ce qui est gratuit n'est pas forcément totalement libre de droit
et le libre de droit s'applique aux droits commerciaux d'utilisation et de reproduction.

exemple :
on te donne une photo, son auteur demande à être cité dans les crédits. C'est fréquent. C'est du 100% gratuit, non libre de droits.
Le photographe te l'a donné à toi, pour ton utilisation et peut aussi la vendre à quelqu'un d'autre.
on te donne une typo, son auteur demande à être cité dans les crédits. C'est beaucoup plus rare, mais il aurait le droit de le demander.

D'un autre côté, certains sites iconographiques connus proposent des photos libre de droit.
Tu dois quand même acheter un fichier informatique pour le reproduire, sans avoir à citer l'auteur.

Elle est libre de droit.
Mais pas gratuite.

En poussant l'idée à son maximum, le créateur d'une typo particulièrement élaborée pourrait tout à fait refuser à ce qu'elle soit utilisée dans un journal dont les idées ou convictions sont contraires à son éthique, morale/politique/graphique, peu importe... !

No, it's two different things.

100% Free does mean 100% free, but what is free is not necessarily completely free of right
and the free of right applies to commercial rights of use and reproduction.

someone gives you a photo, the author wants to be mentioned in the credits. This is common. It's 100% free, non-free of rights.
The photographer gave it to you, for your use and can also sell it to someone else.
someone gives a font, the author needs to be mentioned in the credits. It's less frequent, but he would have the right to ask.

On the other hand, some known iconographic sites offer pictures free of right.
You still have to buy a computer file to reproduce, without citing the author.
It is free to right.
But not free.

Pushing the idea to its maximum, the creator of a particularly elaborate font could well deny that it is used in a newspaper whose ideas or beliefs are contrary to his ethics, moral/political/graphic, no matter what...!

Edited on Mar 11, 2015 at 14:07 by tophy52

Feb 24, 2015 at 15:22  [reply]  Fonts and tattoos?

What is more personal than a tattoo?
Yes, as long as the tattoo artist doesn't use it himself to sell more tattoos without paying the rights. But he knows that.

Feb 18, 2015 at 15:42  [reply]  EVERY FONT HAVE MEANING.

This is going to be one loooooong topic to read... !

neither can they!

Let's vote:
I'll go for neo-grot

Feb 18, 2015 at 13:46  [reply]  EVERY FONT HAVE MEANING.

Helvetica's name comes from it's country. It was designed by a Swiss designer : an Helvetian.

That's one.
26999 to go !

Jan 16, 2015 at 16:09  [reply]  i forgot this font name

You mean you still don't have the 'boil' key on your keypad, directly connected to a USB port?
pffff !! you're late!!

Jan 14, 2015 at 19:21  [reply]  Vegas Won't Show imported media

Dafont's Surveillance Team is always watching! 24/7!

well, almost!!

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