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comment What is this typeface with a very high A crossbar?
Don't forget the S that looks like it's drunk and about to fall over backwards! I'd guess the font up top is some design student's experiment; they'd just learned about how many people had created modified versions of Johnston's original design, and decided it was their turn. Possibly using the open source Johnston-inspired Railway Sans as a base (though it's no more similar)
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comment What is this typeface with a very high A crossbar?
One of the things about P22 Underground Pro is, it has an insane variety of stylistic alternatives, including single-story a, many forms of Q, y` etc. However, I just checked on MyFonts and none of them include a high-crossbar A like this.
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revised What's the smallest set of web font formats that covers all browsers?
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comment How to make a circle with grid on the outside ring
This is the most flexible/editable solution. If you want no fill instead of white on the inner circle, instead of using a long line like ________, use a short line, a gap then grouped with a point with no stroke where the circle centre is, like _ .
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comment Is it ethical to make derivations (adaptations) of an external agency's work as an in-house designer?
This is a great summary of US copyright law. It's a bit different in other countries. I believe in most European countries, it's more to the favour of the client not the artist (i.e. any contract can transfer copyright, not just special "work for hire" contracts). If the agencies are willing to transfer source files - which they are under no obligation to do, even if copyright has been transferred - then it's very likely they have a contract transferring copyright and allowing modifications (usually for an extra fee)
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comment Why is moving from a raster editor to vector editor so hard?
I'm not trying to use "variables" in any technical sense, I mean loosely something like ways in which the page is interacted with. Also, I'd like to niypick a bit, *fewer variables ;-)
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