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It appears to be a TTF from one of these “free font collections”, but it’s so familiar, I believe this is also a legitimate font from a more common foundry, and available in OTF. Unfortunately the standard gklim.ttf to Apple and the standard according to MicroSoft diverged.
PostScript fonts Type 1. But the net is full of links, so try another. If you copy it to the fonts folder, you may not get any message even if the font has been successfully installed, atleast not in Windows. You can select one or more files to extract them.
If not could you recommend one? So where does Photoshop come into the picture?
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The nearest I found is gulim.tt called Rod Regular but there the numbers are awful Thanks. All versions are widely available but not [yet] here. In the second case, you’ll definitely get an error, no matter what you try! I am looking for courier in true type font, but NOT courier new.
Sign up or gulim.tttf in Sign up using Google. But I am not sure about this, I don’t have a Mac! Another thing could be that the font file is corrupted, but I am pretty much sure that this isn’t the case.
Please let me know what to do.
I have a new computer with Windows and when I tried to gulim.ftf it just double-clicking the font evenI get an error message that it is NOT a valid font. Petter Friberg Petter Friberg I recommend the free version from http: I use Visual Studio and always used Courier as the font. Then MicroSoft and Adobe came up with a new platform independent font format: It is also known as RSManzanita.