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Old 12-15-2007, 12:10 PM   #9
Gerry Kowarsky
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I am tempted by Nina myself; I like Verdana, and wanted Nina, but not enough to pay for the standard 5-seat license.

I've been using Nina for nearly three weeks for menus, icon labels, and file manager listings. For a while, I used it for webpages, too, but I switched back to Verdana after finding that I didn't enjoy reading long stretches of text in condensed characters. I'm very happy with Nina in the other applications. I like seeing more information in where space is limited. I've tried other condensed fonts in file manager listings, but none of them matched the clarity of Verdana and Tahoma. Nina does. I'm beginning to use it in spreadsheets, too.

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