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Ok, I'll answer as a font designer: I think you need to have the font designed or design it to meet your requirements. In the image you are submitting of what you're looking for, the lowercase "g" and "y" (etc) are not typographically "correct", meaning, they do not respect typographical conventions for lowercase letters and are not pleasing to the eye of ...


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I would try 2 things. 1) Turn OFF the smooth line art option, see if the problem persists. I would then turn this option back on Acrobat / Preferences / Page Display / 2) Export in another PDF setting, change the Acrobat version to anything above 4 when exporting from Indesign or Illustrator. Note: The only downside is that it makes your document no ...


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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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