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Old 08-18-2008, 02:43 AM   #1
Robin Springall
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Default Layered tiff problem

I've come across layered tiffs before, but today I've been sent a .tif which has a text layer. It opens easily in Photoshop but with a missing font warning: am I right in saying that it's really a Photoshop file which was simply named as a .tif?

If I ignore the warning, the text changes to something else, but the designer says it can't need a font because... it's a tiff!

it's an odd font that I can't find anywhere: JCkg

   
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