@ The maker of Market Deco, the 'E's differ.
It's cost my client quite some money because we discovered it after he printed it on business cards and stuff...
The upper and lower case E in Market Deco are different, on purpose, Robbinski12. It gives you a choice between two versions. Why on earth would you print business cards without doing a test printing on paper first? Don't blame the font designer for your oversight. it's quite clear in the character map: http://www.dafont.com/market-deco.font
that the two E's are different.
P, you are over-asking. You know that we may never expect that the users of a font take the trouble to look at what they are using or think about what they are doing ...
I'm still trying to imagine a scenario where someone refuses to pay for a business card because of the e's.
"These e's are different. GOOD DAY SIR!"
"Well, we can reprint--"
"I SAID GOOD DAY!"
Not only the E. Half of letters are different for uppers and lowers.
Sorry to hear of YOUR over site but, yes the font where made purposely that way! You sould of made a sample first.
ha ha this thread is so crazy !
most of the fonts have different uppercases and lowercases !
anyway, Robbinski12 will probably never come back...
crap... all my e's, a's, i's and o's differ....
I hope I won't get sued
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