Shaded Larch Font

by Måns Grebäck

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Shaded Larch PERSONAL USE ONLY
truetype 400 glyphs 361 characters
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    About Shaded Larch Font

    NOTE: This font is for PERSONAL USE ONLY!

    To purchase a commercial license, visit:
    http://mn.sg/larch

    Write # after any lowercase letter to make swashes!
    You can also write % after the following letters to make left swashes:
    b d f h i j k l t
    Example: Sh#aded Larch%

    For questions, please visit www.mn.sg/faq

    Visit my website: http://www.mansgreback.com
    Like my fonts on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mansgreback

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    2016
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    marketing4
    almost 4 years ago

    Like it!

    remyremzz
    3 years ago

    perfect!

    Khyrul Islam Milon
    khyrul2010
    3 years ago

    nice

    xuan nguyen
    qcnambac
    3 years ago

    nice font

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    bestweddingbands
    3 years ago

    Looking Good!

    ZEY creation
    zey7khan
    3 years ago

    Wonderful site

    Abderrahim
    3 years ago

    I love this one Ty for your work. I

    eCanuck
    1 year ago

    I really like the font but the "swash" instruction isn't working on this free version...i.e., # sign and % sign don't trigger anything

    Måns Grebäck
    mawns
    1 year ago

    @eCanuck You need to have ligatures activated in the software you're using. It even works here in the preview on Fontspace.

    eCanuck
    1 year ago

    In what software can you activate ligatures for this free version of the font? In Microsoft Word, that option is greyed out for the font. When I look at the character map there are no alternate glyphs. Thanks.

    eCanuck
    1 year ago

    Sorry, I now found I can't get it to work in Microsoft Word but it does function in Photoshop Elements. Thanks.