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    Sinzano Font Help

    I downloaded the sinzano font from this thread - http://www.printroot.com/forum/f44/%5Brequest-completed%5D-sinzano-typodermic-36943/#post114277

    but i am having trouble getting the ligatures to work.. is anyone having the same problem?

    Would anyone mind giving me advice on how to make them work in photoshop?

    I feel like i'm missing something...

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clpw View Post
    I downloaded the sinzano font from this thread - http://www.printroot.com/forum/f44/%5Brequest-completed%5D-sinzano-typodermic-36943/#post114277

    but i am having trouble getting the ligatures to work.. is anyone having the same problem?

    Would anyone mind giving me advice on how to make them work in photoshop?

    I feel like i'm missing something...

    Thanks!
    Hi clpw, this font isn't well done.
    I believe this is not an original font.
    There is only 1 automatic ligature "FI"
    The rest nedd to put manually.
    Why do you use Photoshop to write a text?
    Photoshop is only to images.
    Do the texts in Indesign it is much better and has many more opentype features options.

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    Thanks for your reply.. i suspected that it might not be the full version. :) I'll go on the hunt now... I'm doing some graphic design so i'm doing text straight on photoshop.. but yes i do agree that indesign and illustrator are better for text. :>

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