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    How to identify a WF-Rip ?

    Hi folks

    I wonder if you got a special trick to identify a wf rip font from an original one ?

    Or is it just by checking in opentype options if some sets of letters are missing ?

    Thanks

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    I hope this can help you in something

    http://www.printroot.com/forum/f45/how-identify-font-rip-50383/

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