Basic Types of Fonts. For me at least there are only two main categories under which ALL OTHER fonts can, and should be placed and these are, Monospace fonts, and Proportional fonts And as I loathe any and all varieties of Proportional fonts, its an easy task to select from the large variety of Monospace entrants But theres a key problem in the way in which FOSS based Text Formatting suites treat Monospace fontsWhy in a Monospace Format when placing superscript or subscript characters in Libre. Game Pokemon Psychic. Office but also, in other FOSS based programs such as Apache Open. Office, and Abi. Word, does the normal point size typed below and above the line Im working on, not line up with the normal point size Im ONSo, for example, if I type 1. Xes in 1. 2point and the 1. Im using, then the word house painter e. Xes to the right of my SS SS then go down one line, and type 1. Xes until I reach the last 1. X typed above the last 1. 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What distinguishes the new Intro free font from FontFabric is the strongly expressed geometric makeup and structure. The basic letters of the Alphabet like A. X on the second line, wont align with the last X typed above A squeeze play has occurred with the SS SS characters wherewith, the 1. Royal Trumpet Sound Effects'>Royal Trumpet Sound Effects. SS SS is no longer contiguous with the 1. SS SS, or below it In other words, the SS SS has created its own vertical spacial justification AND DAMN THE VERTICAL SPACIAL JUSTIFICATION OF THE NORMAL POINT SIZE ON THE SCREEN AND THUS, DAMN FULL MONOSPACE ALIGNMENT And to be clear it doesnt matter what larger point size one is using the invoking of SS SS on ones computer screen will mean a failure of the alignment of the larger point size IF IM IN MONOSPACE, THE NORMAL POINT SIZE SHOULD BE IN ALIGNMENT THROUGHOUT THE PAGE WHETHER IM USING SS SS, OR OTHERWISE and that goes for the inclusion of boxes around normal point size text, and or SS SS i. I add a vertical bar to form a box, the normal point size to the left or right of the bar, SHOULD ALIGN IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NORMAL POINT SIZE BELOW, OR ABOVE THE BAR AND REGARDLESS OF THE ADDITION OF SS SS Otherwise, whats the point of adopting Monospace to effect in part the display mechanics of a typewriter and the use of the latest software that renders the look and feel if you will of old style typewriter fonts the bleeding of keystrokes on ones computer screen that some developers have fashioned and, linked to the actual pressure one uses when hitting ones keyboard and, software that enables the clicking sound of a typewriters keys when the alignment of SS SS, and graphic boxes, have been neglected in relation to the normal point size being used in the Monospace Environment and thereby, ELIMINATING THE MOST NOTABLE FEATURE OF OF A MECHANICAL TYPEWRITERS CHARACTERISTICS i. MONOSPACE ALIGNMENT Hl my typewriter aligns better than that and, for both SS SS, and boxesAnd yes I know that the SS SS as such with a typewriter, is THE SAME as that of for the fixed point size of the normal text But arguing that, misses the pointAnd that is, that the typewriter affords due to its fixed mechanics 1. CHARACTER ALIGNMENT FOR BOTH NORMAL POINT SIZE CHARACTERS, AND, SS SS IN ADDITION, TO INCORPORATED GRAPHIC BOXES that may be fashioned from a mechanical typewriters underscore symbol and the single quote symbol And that, to me at least is the QUINTESSENTIAL DEFINITION OF TRUE MONOSPACE and, the reason why many if not why MOST desire Monospace But, regardless of this PREREQUISITE STANDARD DEFINITION of what SHOULD constitute TRUE MONOSPACE AND, DESPITE THE ADOPTED RATIONALE BY MANY AND IF NOT BY MOST USERS FOR USING MONOSPACE Text Formatting Apps have gone on to subvert that definition e. Apaches Open. Office, and Abi. Word among others, in favour of a hybrid version i. NewRocker-font.jpg' alt='Fonts Similar To Template Gothic' title='Fonts Similar To Template Gothic' />Monospace, AND PART NONSENSE And by this, I dont mean to suggest that digital SS SS must be the SAME SIZE as that found within a mechanical typewriter Thats ridiculousBut that afterupon placing SS SS text adjoining the normal point size on screen, the normal point size should be in alignment with the normal point size elsewhere on the page And just because the SS SS within a Text Formatting App may, itself, be Monospace, doesnt mean that its application in relation to the larger normal point size, is in fact adhering to the Monospace Environment of the larger point size And, just because a vertical or horizontal bar composing comprising a graphic box around the normal point size on a given screen is not regarded as synonymous with the alphanumeric, and grammatic family of characters of a given larger point size, and Font and apart from but in addition to the issue of SS SS, doesnt mean that the graphic box elements should be estranged from, and adversely affecting once invoked the larger normal point size chosen The consistent alignment one achieves with a single or double quotation mark and underscore character found within a mechanical typewriter both vertical, and horizontal and, regardless of the default mechanics unique to a typewriter, should be the same consistent alignment achieved with a Text Formatting App Monospace based used in conjunction with a PC the differences between the size of the SS SS characters within a mechanical typewriter, versus that found on a computer screen, NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING INCLUDED WITHIN A MONOSPACE ENVIRONMENT IMAGES, DINGBATS, OR WHATEVER ON A COMPUTER SCREEN, MUST BE CONFINED TO I. E., CALIBRATED WITHIN THE PARAMETERS OF OR CONSISTENT WITH THE VERTICAL SPACIAL ALLOTMENT ASSIGNED TO THE NORMAL LARGER POINT SIZE SYMBOLS CHARACTERS TEXT ENTERED ON ONES SCREENAnd so, if an IMAGE requires lets say 3. MUST BEGIN at the Monospace Coordinate 3. WHICH WOULD BRING THE NORMAL LARGER POINT SIZE ABOVE, OR BELOW, OUT OF VERTICAL ALIGNMENT The normal point size text will should dictate MUST DICTATE how the SS SS, image or whatever will be framed MUST BE FRAMED THE NORMAL LARGER POINT SIZE, SHOULD BE THE GUIDE TEMPLATE WITH WHICH TO ALIGN EVERYTHING ELSE ON A GIVEN SCREEN IN A MONOSPACE ENVIRONMENT PERIOD And, it would be just as disconcerting to find, that an image or SS SS, or graphic box has adversely impacted on the HORIZONTAL ALIGNMENT in a Monospace Environment i. HORIZONTAL SYMMETRY of normal point size lines of text has been compromised, once an image or whatever has been invoked And as would be the case, with a mechanical typewriter Lastly, because of the problems cited above, I cannot use Libre. Office or any other Office Suite with the same issue and e. Apaches Open. Office, or Abi. Word AT ALL I for my purposes and for users like me require TRUE MONOSPACE i.