Posts by vinz
The different "ll" could be an opentype ligature...
Edited on Jul 22, 2013 at 16:42 by vinz
not a font
just filter them : (here the sans serif theme)
Edited on Jul 05, 2013 at 09:16 by drf
My cellphone ?
@Menhir D'une manière générale, un Macintosh est ce qu'il y a de plus indiqué pour le graphisme.
C'est une vieille légende urbaine qui date du Apple II qui était le seul à proposer un logiciel de mise en page professionnel.
Pour avoir bossé sur les 2, je peux te garantir que rien de vaut un PC.
Edited on Jun 26, 2013 at 16:51 by vinz
Don't you have a larger screenshot ?
je ne vois pas trop non plus... peut-etre dans le genre Stencil ?
I Think it's not a font. Look at the E and the R, they are different.
I can suggest some opproaching font :
I share some of the thoughts of bito, if it's for study only I think it's okay (it's just normal curiosity) that's why I release my fonts as "Free for personal use" so everybody can use it, despite of their income. And if you intend to earn money thanks to my work, it's fair to ask people to buy the license.
Unfortunately, as BonezDesignz said, I frequently see my fonts used without authorization. As an author, this is a pain in the ass : threatening of lawsuit to get your money is really boring and time consuming. Because of this, I'm considering releasing my fonts only in shareware with a limited number of glyphs. People are definitely not fair and honest.
That said, famous foundry also release some of their fonts' weight for free. So you don't have to download it illegaly... I also agree to the above statements, if you are a student and can not afford to buy fonts, there are tons of free fonts you can work.
So tell me, classyyrikka, which kind of work require that you download pirated fonts? Unless you work in the graphic domain and have to use a specific font... In that case, you should reconsider the way you see the thing, would you agree that your client use your work without being paid?
You'd better ask this directly to adobe support...
@millner The font you mentioned is a knockoff of Rotis Semi Serif : http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/adobe/rotis-semi-serif/
Edited on May 03, 2013 at 09:28 by vinz
Adobe's CS pack comes with additionnal font pack : http://www.adobe.com/type/browser/fontinstall/cs5installedfonts.html
Are you using a CS pack or a standalone photoshop ?
I don't know. try to look on your Adobes DVD if there is a font pack that you didn't installed...
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