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Yes, it's a custom font. Consists of regular and Bold. inspired by the classic monospaced Split-flap display boards at airports. It's not really monospaced since it was also made to look better and be more readable in print, on screens, and wayfinding. I made it back in 2001 as a Senior designer for Kontrapunkt Design in Copenhagen. The font won the Agfa-...


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Seemingly you have got a couple of usable suggestions in another answer. If it happens that you must use freeware you can try a trick. There's a free CAD program which contains a couple of fonts which resemble thin DIN style fonts. After installing the program the font appeared also in other Windows programs. There's no real Bold nor Italic versions, they ...


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Parachute Fonts' DIN supports Greek, and FF DIN "partly supports Greek". The main difference you'll see is in the italics. PF DIN uses a true italic with a handwritten feel, FF DIN has a sloped roman oblique.


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Firstly, these don't look like the same font, and they are not the same weight. Sometimes companies will have a custom font designed specifically for them, which may not be available to the general public for download. Sometimes a designer can also modify existing letter forms for a one-off custom design. To edit the letter forms you would need to turn the ...


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Simple answer: GIMP (up to v2.8) can not do that for you. But there are workarounds. At first, one side note: there are no "Gimp fonts" — all fonts come from your system. So we all can use the system font viewer. Or, as an alternative, install an external viewer for the appropriate operating system. Here are several useful links: SO question about ...


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