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You're going to have to Outline the text and then use the Direct Select tool on the parts you want rounded. I'm also not sure how far back this feature exists but in Adobe Illustrator CC there's a Corner Radius function. Using the Direct Selection along with Corner Radius on specific points you can achieve the result you're after as so: If you're using an ...


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This is really just all opinion..... Your client is correct. Personally, I find 10pt Garamond italic is almost always difficult to read. 10pt Garamond is difficult as it is, throw in the italics and it's even more difficult to read. I would use a font with a larger body size which is easier to read. Not necessarily a larger font size, but a font which has ...


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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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