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In general, searching almost any font service for words like athletic, college, jersey, and sports will often turn up many options. This is due to the nature of usage, which is often close to what you seem to be in need of as well. Other common terms may be Slab Serif or Monoline depending upon your actual desired appearance. A few suggestions: Yearbook ...


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The first type of font that comes to mind for sports jerseys and equipment is a "college" style font. dafont has a lot of this available for free under the Old School category, or just search for "college". Here are a few that seem to meed your criteria: Jersey M54 Allstar Varsity If you're looking for a different style, consider browsing the ...


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The fonts designed for drafting (technical lettering) have this property as they were standardized for technical pens that make uniform lines. You can find some of these by searching for isofont. Theres even a nice open source version with really broad implementation called osifont. Fontforge allows you o make these fonts out of unclosed lines so you can ...


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illustrator is a vecter drawing program it after used to draw illustrator cartoons digram charts and logo unlike bitmaps image that store information in a grid of dots illustrator used mathematical eqvcation to draw out the shape this make vecter graphic scalable without the coss of resolution


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It is still called a Cartesian coordinate system. Cartesian is just rectangular in nature. Orientation is up to you. Sometimes Its called a top down coordinate system. The name wont change Descartes got the glory of naming the system and ALL of its variations. And there are plenty of those, even x down would be a Cartesian system. Choosing basis is one of ...


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Its called a "rule." In this particular case a "vertical rule." A "ruler" may be a tool, but a ruler is also someone who draws lines. When people find out you are an artist, they always say they can't even draw a straight line. That's what rulers are for. Google: ruling pens


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It depends in where those vertical lines are located. If it is for the quotes, so it will be "Left blockquote border", but if it is in a list for handling something, it will be "Reorder control" and it could be just lines or any symbol.


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Graphic Terminology: Left Side: Border | Right Side: Blockquote Your two particular examples look to be handled by CSS and markup through browsers: Left Side: .somestyle{ border-left:1px solid #000000;} You can also wrap containers/elements/objects entirely: .somestyle{ border:1px solid #000000; } .somestyle2{ border-top:1px solid #000000; ...



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