As long as the two characters "o" are different, it's unlikely to be
It's a corporate image of a tv channel, which accentuates the
probability that it's a custom typeface
Look for similar fonts making an advanced search at myfonts.com using "marker"
Or Google Images with marker fonts
It looks like a custom design, the S vertices and stroke are very different from the other characters.
The P shape is a fairly common design in Nouveau and Deco style fonts.
Similar font: Nouveau To Go JNL
In a typical latin character map setup, lowercase 'a' is pretty much always code 97, uppercase 'A' is code 65, '0' is 48 and so on. Add a few more of these checks and if something doesn't match, you're likely dealing with a symbols/icons font.
The ofn-text-along-path script can align text along a path, and one of the alignment options is to justify the text over the path "stroke". There is even a "multi" option where it will align several lines of text each over a stroke of the target path:
In blue, the strokes of the initial path, in red the resulting path (some guides (not show) have been used ...
I know a workaround. To visually edit the vector shape in word, do the following:
Type your character in illustrator.
Convert to outline
Export as a .wmf (or .emf)
In Word, Insert > Picture and choose your exported file
Right Click your image, Group > Ungroup to convert it to a Microsoft Drawing Object
Right Click again and choose Edit Points
But as Gerard ...
These are glyphs in the font definitions - they are coded into the font as designed - Illustrator and InDesign and other similar tools can show you a happy overview of all available glyphs in a font, and in fact your OS can too (Windows it's called Character Map, in Mac OS (at the moment) it's called Special Characters or Show Emoji & Symbols) and you ...
Adobe is one of the big font sellers on the planet. It is a way to enforce font licensing deals.
Most people dont realize fonts cost money. A lot of money in fact. If the average user would just be able to extract fonts seamlessly from PDF files then there would be a lot less value in the font market, since now you could just copy fonts from all over the ...