yes i did see the filters to use to filter the lists of fonts.
I could not find how to filter or what key words to use to filter the list.
i did check the FAQ before i created this.
the reports i create for my personal use i need to be easy to tell apart characters like these.
O 0 a zero and capital letter oh. and between the number 1 and the letter lower case L like in this sentence.
5 and S that is five and "S" like in Sam. these are a few examples. what makes it harder is the characters will NOT be used in a word so i will be unable to tell if the "l" i see is a one or a lower case L.
It is critical to type in the exact character used in the report.
i did see some that showed letters and numbers BEFORE download, but those were not a font that seemed would be easy to read on screen or in printed report of 30 pages or more.
ANY HELP IN SEARCHING, KEYWORDS, PHRASES, OR SUGGESTIONS WILL BE VERY HELPFUL.
You may just be best off putting in the pairs you need visible differentiation in into the Preview input, then searching (for example, for the New section: https://www.dafont.com/new.php?text=O0+1l+5S
This should give you quick visual feedback on whether it meets your requirements or not.
For what it's worth: if you aren't particularly hung up on the style of the font you are using, look into Fixed Width/Monospace fonts (https://www.dafont.com/theme.php?cat=503
). Some of these will be designed for programming, and most decently made programming fonts will have obvious differences between characters to improve code readability.
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