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I'm looking for fonts where there are few differences between lower case Os and As, like the title suggests. There is indeed a reason for this.

  • Do you have any example? What would you need that for? – Luciano Jan 20 at 10:41
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    Do you mean like ‘α’ as opposed to ‘a’? Some serif fonts have that style of letter available in the italic version of the font, or as a separate glyph in the normal version of the font. Also there are many fonts which contain the Greek letter alpha glyph. – Billy Kerr Jan 20 at 11:49
  • I'm looking to make "dark" and "dork" look similar. – AnorakTrend Jan 30 at 6:22

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