POTATO PRESS FONT
Potato Press Font
Font Name:Potato Press
Developer:Amy VanTorre
Category:Script > Trash
Glyphs:75 glyphs / 654 characters
License Type:Free
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Potato Press font contains 654 defined characters and 75 unique glyphs.

The font contains characters from the following unicode character ranges: Basic Latin (93), Latin-1 Supplement (95), Latin Extended-A (128), Latin Extended-B (7), Spacing Modifier Letters (9), Greek and Coptic (73), Cyrillic (94), Latin Extended Additional (8), General Punctuation (23), Superscripts and Subscripts (1), Currency Symbols (4), Letterlike Symbols (6), Number Forms (4), Arrows (7), Mathematical Operators (17), Miscellaneous Technical (4), Box Drawing (40), Block Elements (8), Geometric Shapes (15), Miscellaneous Symbols (11), Private Use Area (4), Alphabetic Presentation Forms (2).

FONT METADATA
  • Font Name:Potato Print
  • Subfamily:Regular
  • Version:Version 1.00 July 31, 2005, initial release
  • Trademark:Potato Print¨ Trademark of .
  • Description:This font was created using the Font Creator Program 4.1 from High-Logic.com
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Potato Press is a script, trash font designed by Amy VanTorre. The font is licensed as Free. The font is free for both personel and commercial usages. In doubt please refer to the readme file in the font package or contact the designer directly.

The zip archive contains the following files:

  • · potatpress__.ttf
  • · readme.txt
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