Cami Rae limited Font

by CraftThings

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Rae Dunn
Cami Rae limited Font poster

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Cami Rae Regular
postscript 57 glyphs 72 characters
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    About Cami Rae limited Font

    My free font is all uppercase. It is for personal use only. Upgrading to my premium version of this font allows for commercial use and has these extras: upper and lowercase characters, regular and bold weights, and a wide range of punctuation and accented characters. Find it here for only $5: https://www.etsy.com/listing/629146395/cami-rae-font-regular-bold-otf

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    2019
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    laurabecker
    almost 2 years ago

    I have downloaded this 3 times and its giving me a different font than shown.

    FontSpace
    fontspace
    almost 2 years ago

    @laurabecker If you've installed the CamiRae-Regular.otf, you'll get exactly what the preview shows here. Just tried it out.

    laurabecker
    almost 2 years ago

    when mine downloads it downloads Cari Rae Limited and it looks different than this

    laurabecker
    almost 2 years ago

    and if you look- this on the download says cami rae limited, not regular so I don't know how to get the regular

    FontSpace
    fontspace
    almost 2 years ago

    @laurabecker Yes, the font only has limited characters (uppercase/lowercase and numbers). The designer mentions you need to buy the font to get the premium version with all the extra characters.

    sansully
    1 year ago

    I am getting the same result as @laurabecker -the font on the unzipped file looks like the above, but in my fonts-it is a simple serif font.
    Any solution??

    sansully
    1 year ago

    @fontspace It is not that it is limited-I only want caps-it is that it installs as a different font

    laurabecker
    1 year ago

    Thank you @sansully, I was trying to say that even after checking all capitals and all lowercase none of the font is anything but serif...this font didn't apply to any of the alphabet. Even capitals. Its like it doesn't work or something

    laurabecker
    1 year ago

    @sansully I love fontspace and I use it all the time I was just trying to say something is wrong here, but after I was told multiple times that I was just missing what letters it applied to I stopped commenting but it never has worked on any of my letters.

    sansully
    1 year ago

    @laurabecker me too.

    Jolynn056
    1 year ago

    Having the same problem as above. The download states CamiRae-Regular on zip file. I open the CamiRae-Regular but it downloads as CamiRae-limited. The font is nothing like what the file shows.

    Russ McMullin
    russmc3
    1 year ago

    I haven't seen the problem on a Mac. It may be a PC issue. I have uploaded a new copy of the font. Let me know if anything changes.

    sansully
    1 year ago

    @russmc3 that one is brilliant! thank you so much

    nm120408
    1 year ago

    Love this font... LOVE! So much so its the first font I actually paid for! Makes great Rae Dunn inspired items!

    Russ McMullin
    russmc3
    1 year ago

    @nm120408 Thank you!

    jasondag
    almost 1 year ago

    I'm having issues with tis font as well. It installs (on mac) seemingly well, however on one application (autodesk software) it doesn't display properly (defaults to an arial font). Is there a ttf version that may fix this?

    Russ McMullin
    russmc3
    almost 1 year ago

    @jasondag I think this problem is specific to autodesk not supporting opentype fonts. I do offer TTF in my commerical version, linked in the "more information" section. The cost of my license is very inexpensive, so I don't have plans to upload a TTF version here. Thanks for making me aware of the issue though.

    jasondag
    almost 1 year ago

    @russmc3 thanks for the follow up. I found the solution. On a Mac, the font installer doesn’t necessarily move the font to the right sub folder where auto desk references (Macintosh HD/library/fonts). If you drag and drop the files there, the software can see it. Problem solved and we are Rae dunning again! Cheers!

    Russ McMullin
    russmc3
    almost 1 year ago

    @jasondag I'm glad you got it figured out. Thanks for posting the solution here!

    Natassja Baczeski
    NatassjaBaczeski
    2 months ago

    Anyone know how to bipass the chrome book software so i can actually open the font files i download and upload them to the dang cricut design space?