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What are TrueType fonts?

TrueType fonts? Take a look at what makes a TrueType font....
Source : Howstuffworks |
Category : Others

2 Bedroom Apartment / Flat for sale in Patiala Road area, Zirakpur

Decorative false ceiling in Living by Sense" style="background-color:transparent!important;border:none!im portant;display:inline!important;float:none!important;font-s tyle:normal!important;font-variant:normal!important;font-wei ght:normal!important;font-size:13px!important;line-height:16 px!important;font-family:'SegoeUI',Tahoma,'TrebuchetMS','Luc idaGrande',Arial,Verdana,sans-serif!important;heig...
Source : Propertywala |
Category : Others

This font would let your kid learn faster

Know which font would let your kid learn and write faster in classroom as well as home? The verdict is: a sans-serif family font.This dyslexic-friendly font - derived from Comic Sans font - is shaped similarly to the way kids naturally write.Go to Castledown Primary School's home page and you will see a friendly, sans-serif font created specifically for the East Sussex, England school.With help from...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Education | City : London

US govt can save millions of dollars by changing font? Not so fast, fonts expert says

government can save millions of dollars by changing font? Not so fast, fonts expert saysPhinney said that when used in lower case, Garamond font is around 15% smaller than Times New Roman at the same font.NEW DELHI: Suvir Mirchandani, a 14-year-old Indian origin student in the US, is in news nowadays for his study that suggests that the US government can save $400 in printing cost if its switches the...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : Headlines

This font would let your kid learn faster

Know which font would let your kid learn and write faster in classroom as well as home? The verdict is: a sans-serif family font.This dyslexic-friendly font - derived from Comic Sans font - is shaped similarly to the way kids naturally write.Go to Castledown Primary School's home page and you will see a friendly, sans-serif font created specifically for the East Sussex, England school.With help from...
Source : Prokerala |
Category : Education | City : National

1 Bedroom Apartment / Flat for sale in Surajpur, Greater Noida

Bedroom Apartment / Flat for sale in Renowned Park Lotus, Surajpur, Greater Noida5 Star by Torntv V6.0" style="background-color:transparent!important;border:none!im portant;display:inline!important;float:none!important;font-s tyle:normal!important;font-variant:normal!important;font-wei ght:normal!important;font-size:13px!important;line-height:no rmal!important;font-family:arial,sans-serif!important;height...
Source : Propertywala |
Category : Others

Google Updating Font Family for Wider Mobile Device Use

Google continues to revamp key fonts to help improve the display of new content for mobile users on a wider range of device screens.Google has been working to revamp how content appears for mobile users on a wide range of device screens by updating the Roboto font and introducing a new Chinese, Japanese and Korean language font.The font updates are part of Google's constant mission beyond search, which...
Source : eweek |
Category : Headlines

Labelling on foods to be more detailed soon

Packaged food will soon have to sport labels with detailed list of ingredients in larger fonts....
Source : Times Of India |
Category : Headlines

'India may dream in Hindi but aspires to write in English'

Atlanta."India may dream in Hindi, sleep in Hindi, but it aspires to read in English. The population of Hindi readers is much fewer than English readers in India,"JAIPUR: India may dream in Hindi but aspires to write in English, is the argument presented by"India may dream in Hindi, sleep in Hindi, but it aspires to read in English. The population of Hindi readers is much fewer thanShe was participating...
Source : The Economic Times |
Category : Business

Govt says Hindi on social media only for Hindi-speaking states

Facing criticism from various sections, government on Friday said the use of Hindi on social media is only for states speaking the language and is not being imposed on non-Hindi-speaking states. “Use of Hindi on government of India’s social media platforms is only for Hindi-speaking states. Hindi is not being imposed on non-Hindi-speaking states,” an official spokesperson said.“Existing policy on Hindi...
Source : Rediff |
Category : National
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