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Subject:Re: Keyboard font needed From:Jacob Matthan <findians -at- NETPPL -dot- FI> Date:Wed, 12 Jun 1996 05:16:37 +0300
On Tue, 11 Jun 1996, Tony Rocco wrote:
> Does anyone know if a Macintosh font that looks like keys on a keyboard,
> including function keys, exists? If so, what is it called and where can I get
> it? Got to be something like this somewhere.
Geneva Italic is the closest I have to my PowerBook 170 keyboard. Except
for the Q and B. Simple as hell to create the font in Hypercard or any Mac
Drawing programme if you are desperate. I usually use my own handwriting
font created for me by a company somewhere in the US about 7 years ago!!
(Look in almost any Mac magazine for details).
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