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Apple font need a pc one!

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by sullosau, Feb 5, 2006.

  1. sullosau

    sullosau Active Member

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    Hi Guys
    Thanks to the great work of V'Doc Ive got the grahics happening and finally client has given me the text I need,
    The pesky little font in question is an Apple font called textile, I went to buy it from myfonts.com and its unavailable, Ive gone thru my collection (yes Stacey its still yours in my will :p ) and cant find anything close to it.
    Could anyone please point me in the direction to where I can buy a very similar font to this one?
    Many thanks in advance

    Steve
     
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  2. Bigdawg

    Bigdawg Just Me

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    Thanks for remembering!
    Here's a link:
    http://www.inspired.sk/photoshop/fonts/fonts/40.zip
    It's probably unavailable because I think it ship w/ Mac OSX system. This is someones translation. Another real similar font is Lucida Casual but it's not italic.
     
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  3. Techman

    Techman Major Contributor

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    get a font converter..simple.
    such as...
    MacDisk is an utility for reading, writing and formatting Apple Macintosh magnetic media on an IBM compatible PC, without any hardware modification of the computer and without any add-on.
    MacDisk is a 32-bit application and runs under all versions of Windows (XP included). Under XP, to manage USB and FireWire (IEEE 1394) drives, you have to use at least version 6.2 (preferably the current 7.0).
     
  4. sullosau

    sullosau Active Member

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    Stacey, your fonts are still yours :p
    Techman, ok you get the harddrive!
    Thanks Guys appreciate the help

    Steve
     
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    Techman Major Contributor

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    This utility will convert fonts too... its not just a format util..
     
  6. cinemasign.grafix

    cinemasign.grafix Member

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    mac font

    Still need font? I'm on mac and use TransType Pro. Works great, i love it. Happy to convert if you still need it.
     
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  7. sullosau

    sullosau Active Member

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    cinemasign its ok I followed the above link and all is good I appreciate your help thou, just waiting on cust to signoff on it, so far he loves it and wants vinyl on his shop, tshirts, mugs and keyrings! I'll be busy with this one!
    Thanks to everyone again!

    Steve
    The Super Newbie!
     
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