Re: A Font By Any Other Name...

Subject: Re: A Font By Any Other Name...
From: Keith Baker <keithb -at- CTIW -dot- CFER -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 1995 14:23:00 PDT

Kelly Burhenne wrote:

>If my rusty french serves me correctly, sans means "without";
>therefore, sans serif would mean type without the fine lines finishing
>off the main strokes of a letter (e.g., Arial, Helvetica--correct??)

I understand that serif means "foot". Therefore, sans serif means
"without feet".

Keith Baker
keithb -at- cfer -dot- com


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