This image has been here before Jackie, also with no ID. Which is strange with identical Es in GREEN and identical e's and o's in Book.
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OK, the OPTI digital version of Limited View I have is almost identical to the image you have shown conman, nodes may be one to four points of but that is perfectly acceptable. Yet for a perfect match we need the A, D, K, R etc alternate (?). When not I stick to similar but no match, though I admit that it would take less than an hour to make all those. Maybe someone should?
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Have been out for a few hours, so late and you probably fast asleep. Thanks for all the images, I'll play with those. Still, the R, D and so on keep me puzzled. So when (not if) there are those alternates I would like to see just one. As you write, it wasn't easy to change fonts in the middle of typesetting, there must be something out there that shows these alternates.
If (not when) they are there your statement that Original is OPTI Limited View is correct and deserves the
If not, I stick to similar, but no match.
In the mean time
Where can I see the Phototype Limited View set, regular and alternates?
The R shown in all images seems to be similar to the Eurostile Bold Extended
OPTI Limited View is similar at best conman. Superimpose the OPTI Limited View on the sample image and you will see dramatic differences.
Anyone knows why lately Behance.net is coming in at a speed that would make a snail nervous?
Avoria, it is hard but try not to be dumb. It says not a font, so don't repeat your question. Certainly not twice.
This may once have been Arts & Letters' Clare-Condensed Bold.
Édité le 06/09/2014 à 14:22 par koeiekat
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