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Thread: What is the BEST font??

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    Senior Member Jamez Brown's Avatar
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    ahhh. hello odmac 9, When sumone has a thread about something then don't hijack there thread with yours Your thread is where it should be so keep checking back there ok thanks

    BTW Flipshark.. I like the brady bunch font.. if you goto your text options in control panel then you can install it, its cool

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    As for pixel fonts, the best one out there is Standard by Miniml. Its clean and legible!!

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    I am a web Designer, and I regularly have to test many system fonts on the web that looks sharp and beautiful as well. The best System font that appears with fine edges is no doubt (TREBUCHET). Arial is good but it is very straight with no curves.

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    zephyr Olly K's Avatar
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    Space Toaster and Adamsky for titles, arial for other stuff!

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    def tahoma!

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    http://www.flipshark.com flipshark's Avatar
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    Thanks for all the help everyone. The font I am using is for screen reading.

    I've decided to go with:

    <font face="arial,helvetica,sans-serif" size="-1">

    Thanks again for all the help!

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    My favs are:

    1. Helvetica
    2. Franklin Gothic
    3. Futura
    4. Arial

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