Adode Fonts & Monospace

Aug 24, 2020

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Is there somewhere, that I'm not seeing, which advises whether a font on Adobe Fonts is Monospaced or not.

 

My chosen font was Dystopian however this isn't.

 

I need a font, that is plain(ish) however must be non-proprtionally spaced, so each letter (or boundary) is the same width.  

 

For example, 111 is the same overall width as 999

Fri Mon would be the same total width

 

I believe Courier is monospaced, but for my purpose, too plain..

 

thanks

  1. Go to fonts.adobe.com and sign in.
  2. Click Browse Fonts at the top left.
  3. In the left panel, scroll to Classification
  4. Select Mono

select font classification-monotype.png

The display will change to show only monospaced fonts.

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Adode Fonts & Monospace

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Is there somewhere, that I'm not seeing, which advises whether a font on Adobe Fonts is Monospaced or not.

 

My chosen font was Dystopian however this isn't.

 

I need a font, that is plain(ish) however must be non-proprtionally spaced, so each letter (or boundary) is the same width.  

 

For example, 111 is the same overall width as 999

Fri Mon would be the same total width

 

I believe Courier is monospaced, but for my purpose, too plain..

 

thanks

  1. Go to fonts.adobe.com and sign in.
  2. Click Browse Fonts at the top left.
  3. In the left panel, scroll to Classification
  4. Select Mono

select font classification-monotype.png

The display will change to show only monospaced fonts.

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  1. Go to fonts.adobe.com and sign in.
  2. Click Browse Fonts at the top left.
  3. In the left panel, scroll to Classification
  4. Select Mono

select font classification-monotype.png

The display will change to show only monospaced fonts.

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Thank you. Completely missed that!

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