Re: WOOD BADGE FONTS
Alan Houser (troop24@EMF.NET)
Sun, 2 Jun 1996 22:52:18 -0700
Joyce Johnson <jjj39@MAIL.IDT.NET> asks:
>This may be old news to some of you, but I havent found it in the digests.
>Does anyone know a source for a true type font called "Twig"? This is the
>fount used in the Wood Badge letterhead, among others.
There is a font called Logger which greatly resembles the "Wood
Badge" font. The best place to find it is at the MacScouter
web site at http://www.macscouter.com/
One problem a number of folks have noted with the truetype version
is that it is very sensitive to memory. When you use larger point
sizes, you start to lose some letters. M and Q are the first to go.
It also has upper case only, and no numerals.
There is another font called WoodPlank, also at the MacScouter, that
has neither of these problems, but then it isn't the Wood Badge font
If you should find "Twig" and it has mixed case, numerals, and prints
at larger point sizes, be sure and let folks know where you found it,
'cause a lot of folks are looking for it.
Alan R. Houser ** Scoutmaster, Berkeley Troop 24 ** firstname.lastname@example.org
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