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Fonts?
#16
Google Fonts is awesome! Big Grin I recently found Roboto which I'm using on a project.
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#17
I <3 GoogleFonts.

I am terrible with fonts, I will download 50+ fonts for one project, try them all out on the design, then just to annoy myself decide that the one I had previously installed for another project was best suited for this one. I torture myself when it comes to fonts, I always want to be precise, but not over complicate it, and still make it readable ect... It kills me a little inside.
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(November 26th, 2014 at 10:11 AM)Harry K. Wrote: I <3 GoogleFonts.

I am terrible with fonts, I will download 50+ fonts for one project, try them all out on the design, then just to annoy myself decide that the one I had previously installed for another project was best suited for this one. I torture myself when it comes to fonts, I always want to be precise, but not over complicate it, and still make it readable ect... It kills me a little inside.

That's how I am. It's so frustrating...
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(November 26th, 2014 at 10:11 AM)Harry K. Wrote: I <3 GoogleFonts.

I am terrible with fonts, I will download 50+ fonts for one project, try them all out on the design, then just to annoy myself decide that the one I had previously installed for another project was best suited for this one. I torture myself when it comes to fonts, I always want to be precise, but not over complicate it, and still make it readable ect... It kills me a little inside.

I know the feeling. What frustrates me the most is you get everything perfect, release the project and then bam... you discover a font that would have been better suited.  Dodgy
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(November 27th, 2014 at 3:19 AM)simlink Wrote:
(November 26th, 2014 at 10:11 AM)Harry K. Wrote: I <3 GoogleFonts.

I am terrible with fonts, I will download 50+ fonts for one project, try them all out on the design, then just to annoy myself decide that the one I had previously installed for another project was best suited for this one. I torture myself when it comes to fonts, I always want to be precise, but not over complicate it, and still make it readable ect... It kills me a little inside.

I know the feeling. What frustrates me the most is you get everything perfect, release the project and then bam... you discover a font that would have been better suited.  Dodgy

And then release an update to annoy your customers. Big Grin
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#21
Cantarell, Ubuntu, Calibri, Lucida Grande, and Open Sans are all great fonts
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Tongue I prefer monospace fonts myself, good old Terminal or system Big Grin no better way to display ASCII art!
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