I'd heard for years that comic sans was the worse font, but even so, it was my font of choice when I taught math to create test for my classes. It had easily recognizable letters and better at numerals that needed to be reproduced. It had the best numerals to use in equation editor
I had examined thousands of fonts to settle on comic sands.
Edited by MrB (10/30/1310:34 AM)
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
Not only is it easy on the eyes, it's also highly reproducible when drawing and hand-inking your own comic strips... I still use it when telling jokes on Forums. It's a FUN alternative to using "A WINKY"
...best of all, it used to pisssoff Phos.
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@Celandine: I wasn't pissed off so much as saddened, when I pointed toward BUNCHES of free, excellent fonts on Blambot.com that actually looked like proper comic strip lettering, and you couldn't grok their aesthetic superiority.
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I wasn't pissed off so much as saddened, when I pointed toward BUNCHES of free, excellent fonts on Blambot.com that actually looked like proper comic strip lettering, and you couldn't grok their aesthetic superiority.
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