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Arial ou Helvetica ?

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Il était une fois une police de caractère appelée Helvetica.

Elle était extrêmement populaire.

Puis apparu une société appelée Microsoft.

Elle "emprunta" Helvetica pour son système d'exploitation et l'appela Arial.

Désormais cette police de caractère de qualité inférieure existe sur des millions d'ordinateurs à travers le monde.

Pouvez-vous dire la différence entre l'original et la copie ?

Mon score ? 8/10 ..

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Reponses to “Arial ou Helvetica ?”

#1 by topos

08:57 on 3 August 2003

Interessant, mais où trouver un download gratuit pour Helvetica windows ???

#2 by Amardjia Nourredine

12:00 on 20 January 2004

oñ ´²ouver un download gratuit pour Helvetica windows ??? Merci

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10:52 on 16 December 2004

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09:46 on 14 February 2005

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15:12 on 11 April 2005

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#6 by Ben

10:13 on 20 April 2005

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