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Old 03-26-2008, 04:16 PM   #4
Michael Rowley
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Marjolein:

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"example here" link which I also followed: no icons (except for Truste but I'm sure that's not what he's referring to). Cyan icons? Where?
You were nearly there: the ‘example here' led you to an advertisement of two typefaces, and that featured two icons (in cyan); click on one of these and you are led to another page with a host of blue icons, each illustrating, in a conventional way, a feature of the fonts in question. For instance, there is one showing a capital A beside a smaller SC A, which is meant to indicate that the font includes both UC and SC characters.

   
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