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Lee' Bin
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what's that font? please tell me, thanks a lot!



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Thakur Sachin Singh
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i think this is "Comic Sans MS" font.


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Lee' Bin
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Thakur Sachin Singh wrote:i think this is "Comic Sans MS" font.


thank you very much!
Thakur Sachin Singh
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its ok dear...am i right??
Lee' Bin
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Thakur Sachin Singh wrote:its ok dear...am i right??


I think you're right, i can't find other fonts like this..

I found it here,as if in a development tool called CFBuilder.
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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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That is not Comic Sans. Comic Sans is this:



That text above is in monaco, I'd say:



One significant difference between these is that Comic Sans is proportional, while Monaco is monospace. That means in Monaco, each letter is the same width. Most people vastly prefer monospace fonts for editing code, for terminal windows, etc.

Also look at the lowercase "ell" and "tee", and compare them to the two sample fonts above.


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Lee' Bin
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Ernest Friedman-Hill wrote:That is not Comic Sans. Comic Sans is this:



That text above is in monaco, I'd say:



One significant difference between these is that Comic Sans is proportional, while Monaco is monospace. That means in Monaco, each letter is the same width. Most people vastly prefer monospace fonts for editing code, for terminal windows, etc.

Also look at the lowercase "ell" and "tee", and compare them to the two sample fonts above.




hey,guys
thanks a lot, you're right. it's monaco.

thanks everyone,Thanks again.
 
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