(x) Garamond-like monospaced face - Adobe Serif substitution font {Yves}

ish's picture

clue, anyone?


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Bald Condensed's picture

Adobe Serif MM substitution font, trying to emulate a monospaced typeface.

Bald Condensed's picture

More info here (in between the shouting and ranting).

Previous sightings here.

Wouter Spaak's picture

The uppercase "Q" in the bold sans-serif substitution font is actually quite charming... ;)

andyclymer's picture

This could be a new kind of type ID quiz, based on the proportions which font do you think was being substituted?

Mark Simonson's picture

There was actually something like that done in Publish magazine years ago, a kind of back page puzzle thing. They showed a number of samples in the Adobe substitute fonts and you had to guess the font. I find that I can do it sometimes. There is a surprising amount of "font DNA" even in the proportions.

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