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The other day, I saw what appeared to be (from a distance) an attractively-designed brochure for Ace Hardware paint. Upon closer inspection, however, I was aghast. It appears the designer created their own script font that looks OK except that the 't' and 'i' in the word "generations" do not correctly connect. There was a similar problem with their other brochure. Why couldn't they have just used something like Edwardian Script and be done with it?