It could be Winner Wide Medium or Winner Wide Bold with a couple of really terrible type changes to kerning and the rounded slab serif style (thick, block-like serifs). It also looks like they transformed the original typeface to a geometric font design.
I have attached a quick and rough simulation: original vs. Winner Wide font
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 ...
Force Encoding assumes that the glyphs are stored in the order of the respective encoding and converts this.
This is only useful if the encoding information for the font is faulty.
In all other cases, this does something between nothing and a complete mess.
It is no surprise that you cannot find your character.
Only use this if you really know ...
As to Comic Sans a major factor I suspect is that it was designed specifically for Microsoft Bob which was a sort of super-duper clippy. Bob was a disaster and he was rapidly sent to the vets on that final journey.
The story is here and a few other places.
Clearly the codepoints don't match. U+2202 in the BMP is supposed to be the Bullet (•), while Devanagari Letter A (अ) is U+00905. There may be some error in the way your program acquires the codepoint, or perhaps the font is malformed -- test this by comparing another Devanagari font. For each, how great is stories.length and how many glyphs does FontForge ...
You can determine the solution to your question by creating a text entry in a suitable program such as Inkscape or Illustrator. Select your font, type the text as desired and resize the resulting object. Be sure to turn on the aspect ratio lock before you resize the object.
Resize the object to have a length of 40 millimeters. You should be able to read the ...
There is no solitary reaction for "any type of" typeface editing as well as enhancing the device, as positioned in the inquiry. All at once, any type of such procedure in virtually any type of tool will certainly make the most of more manual taking care of later.
In FontLab Workshop 5: Probably To Gadgets > Activities > Effects > Bold as well as ...
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 ...
Acrobat/pdf contains information that displays and renders the font correctly - not the information to edit, if you install the font on the other machine illustrator will be able to open and edit the file. See this article helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/pdf-fonts.html
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