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There are so many scripts these days it's hard to find the exact one, but the design is a light or "casual" script. Just searching from House Industries' library, I see SignPainter Casual and Plinc Milo as being in the same space. Laura Worthington also has many great script fonts in the same space. SignPainter is free with a Mac, if you have one.


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These numbers are called Text Figures or Oldstyle Figures.


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I worked with embroidery softwares and some of them have their own fonts , this might be one of them.


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Noto is the most likely, but I don't know of a good tool to input a list of characters and check a font can display them. Edit: another likely choice if you want a serif: STIX Two for mathematical publishing. Has four weights and is free.


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Not exact matches, but I found these. All free for commercial use. From most to least similar: https://justinpenner.gumroad.com/l/36fonts16 https://befonts.com/otr-type-font.html http://mickaelemile.fr/ (look for grind grotesque, 3rd option) https://willemdimas.gumroad.com/l/genesysfont Hope any of them fits your needs!


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Per the manual, base glyphs and accents are attached using "anchors," named coordinates on the glyph that provide information on where to place the glyph. The manual, unfortunately, is currently largely useless for telling you how this is used. Adding anchors (in the manual) Press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+R to insert an anchor. An anchor has the following ...


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