Re: Pitch vs. Point
I'm working on a proposal that has a pitch size requirement for fonts rather
than point size. Can someone help me sort this out?
Assuming a monospaced font:
12-pitch = 10-point
10-point = 12-pitch
(For all intents and purposes, anyway.)
Anything else using pitch is nonstandard, but "pitch" refers to the number of letters in one inch -- which is why it only works for monospaced fonts.
Beth Friedman / bjf -at- wavefront -dot- com
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