There’s some real trick shots in there, after the warmup rounds you see above. Well pleased I achieved a perfect score.
I had a similar experience, ended up with 20/20, but two of them, Toyota and Mattel, were just lucky guesses.andrewjoy wrote: ↑I got 20 out of 20 of them, but i put 18 as 2 where a guess . Lower case its a joke its that easy to tell.
Upper case not so much but G S and O give it away if you look close.
You raise an important point. In general, typefaces suit various needs (e.g., web pages, presentations, street signs, airport signs, billboards, word processing documents, scientific journal articles, screen fonts, or programming). There is no single typeface that can perform all these functions extremely well.depletedvespene wrote: ↑I actually like Adobe's Source Sans Pro.
(there's certainly not enough too choose from when it comes to monospaced, screen-oriented fonts)