New to adobe fonts online.
I'm looking for a replacement for the circle p and circle p san serif postscript font I use with suitcase, used primarily in legal lines.
Thanks for reaching out & we're sorry for the delay. We do not have a particular "circle p" font that we use. Can you provide further information about the font's actual name and the source from which it was initially acquired?
We're here to help, just need some info.
Hi @dalev1856 Those symbols will be found in the Glyphs panel in Adobe applications such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. I found both symbols with Times New Roman. Depending on the font you are using, it may or may not have both symbols. But you can swap in TNR's versions (and look in other fonts, too, for their versions) and adjust the point size accordingly. Hope that's helpful!
Helvetica (T1) Regular has one - even on old fonts