I saw this font on a logo and I need to use it on a software I'm creating. I've run it through several websites that try to identify it and none of them work.

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    If you have tried multiple font identification websites and none of them can identify it, then maybe it is not a font at all. It could well be a group of letters that a designer created just for a one-off design. Sorry, I know this doesn't help with your problem...
    – magerber
    Commented May 18, 2017 at 21:53
  • That's an interesting idea! It hadn't occured to me. Thanks! Commented May 18, 2017 at 22:10

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This is just a simple font like Helvetica Bold Italic that's been hand edited.

In my (very) rough version below I used that font, kerned it out to +115 and "created outlines" with shift+control+O

Then I used the Convert Anchor Point tool shift+C to round the corner.

Good luck! enter image description here

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