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revised What are some typefaces to pair with Bauhaus?
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revised What are some obscure/rare/endangered/extinct typographic symbols?
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comment Is Adobe the only company that can license usage of Myriad Pro?
fonts.com/font/adobe/myriad looks like they have it as part of a subscription service too maybe? I don't see much else apart from that.
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answered Images for a mobile
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comment Does anyone know this geometric sans font used in the Photo Bulk app?
Nice find! This is certainly a better answer.
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answered Does anyone know this geometric sans font used in the Photo Bulk app?
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accepted Photoshop tracking and kerning: what do the number values mean?
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revised Photoshop tracking and kerning: what do the number values mean?
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comment Photoshop tracking and kerning: what do the number values mean?
May or may not be correct, but doesn't cite any sources. Good find though! Appreciate you sharing.
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answered How would I go about creating a graphic like this?
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comment What does a “normal” British pound sign look like?
@kontur I feel like '$' is a lot more intuitive - take an 'S', put a line or two through it, and call it a day. Some will shrink the 'S' curve a bit, some will not put the vertical line all the way through - those are style choices. But in a given typeface your "$" will mostly look like your "S".
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