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Glyphs are filled areas with no stroke. Font rendering software is interested only in the edge curves and it fills the interiors, your black stroke is not taken into the account. Apply Path > Stroke to Path to your shape and make an union of the parts of a glyph before defining it belongs to a font. Then it will appear as originally drawn. Stroke to Path ...


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The fonts you see in the font menu are the fonts installed on your computer. If you want to see less fonts you'll have to uninstall some of them. I can see that you are on a Windows computer. Here is some info on how to manage fonts on Windows 10. If you want easier management of your fonts you might try a font manager like the free NexusFont or some paid ...


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Which one do you prefer ? You are slated with an issue of integrating form and function (aren't we all). From a purely aesthetic viewpoint, I prefer # 3 or # 4. I find # 1 and # 2 to be very distracting with all the different colors- especially the lime green button on # 1- it does not seem to go with that more pastel color palette. The highly contrasting ...


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The majority of the disk is Gill Sans of different versions. Since it is from 1966 I would guess that it is using an old version that has since been modified. There are also many different versions of "Gill Sans" but the original seems to be the closest. That number 1 I have run into before and never did manage to find a match for it. But all ...


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This is コミックレゲエ (or perhaps レゲエ) from a major type foundry フォントワークス (Fontworks). The only difference between them is the stroke contrast, which is somewhat hard to tell due to the outline effect and resolution. They provide subscription and web font services at least in Japan, as far as I know.


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You could use the favourite fonts feature. Favourite the fonts you want to display by clicking on the star icon next to them, then hit the favourite font button at the top to filter the results. For example:


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To my knowledge, there is no way to make the font menu shorter unless you uninstall some (I wouldn't recommend that). And I can not find anything about what that second grouping of fonts is. However, if you would like to view a smaller list, or view one that isn't over your working art, Go to Window -> Character and open the Character Palette, you can ...


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After following @user287001's advice it turned out like this...👍👍👍😁


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First, I am not a lawyer, so this is NOT legal advice, just a suggestion for what to look into. It would depend on how the "Personal" and "Commercial" is defined. Sometimes, the difference is whether or not you are making a profit off what you are producing. Sometimes it's using it in ANY type of business or professional purpose is ...


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