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Noticed there is a new edition of the manual for venerable font editor Glyphs. Download via
BTW It looks very nice and is clear and concise — a model for software manuals.
Looking for three fonts from these images. From Reading (the yellow one), the font that 'AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND' is written in, plus the one used for band names (not the ones that have their own logo, obviously - ones like Deftones, Jimmy Eat World etc). From Download (the black one), the font used for 'MAVERICK_AC'.
I like making fake posters with line-up predictions, and want to make them as realistic as possible using the correct fonts and everything. Had trouble finding a good match though, I'm a bit of a noob at typography...
I need your help...
I've already downloaded the FontForge from Fontforge's site, but I sisn't understand how to install correct the Fontforge, I've already tried out, but it didn't twist in the Windows Seven or XP. It's veru difficult of being installed. Please help and train me how to install correctly it. Please put the numbers (enumeration). If you can put the images, if so, please...
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Alameda, CA- February 3rd, 2010
Delve Fonts announces its new website has been launched. http://www.delvefonts.com/ To celebrate, the Delve Fonts Typeface Library is 50% off during the month of February. Additionally, the site now features online ordering with instant downloads.
Recent additions to the the collection include: Rieven Uncial by Steven Skaggs, recipient of a TDC² 2010 Certificate of Excellence in Type Design (available 4/10/10), Quara by Delve Withrington, and Cody by Cody Chancellor.