Friday, 12 January 2018

Finding a Drone Font for Police

On reading a tweet from Devon and Cornwall Police, there was a line, 'insert drone emoji here' which got me searching. I've drawn a blank on emoji (so far).

However, I have found a brilliant drone font and it's free. Thought it maybe useful for the odd bullet point or illustration on a poster or collage.


I am a novice when it comes to character fonts, one easy way - just type a line on your keyboard like '¬!"£$%^&*()_+' and then do the same swapping to the drone front, '¬!”£$%^&*()_+
' Then just copy and paste what you like the look of.

Therefore * =  For more:
 `1234567890-=
`1234567890-=
QWERTYUIOP{}
QWERTYUIOP{}
Qwertyuiop[]
Qwertyuiop[]
ASDFGHJKL:@~
ASDFGHJKL:@~
asdfghjkl;’#
Asdfghjkl;’#
|ZXCVBNM<>?
|ZXCVBNM<>?
\zxcvbnm,./
\zxcvbnm,./

From my short test on win10, I can open the drone font and copy/paste in MS Word, Picasa, Photoshop and Blogger (that I am using here). Google Docs, Twitter, Facebook does NOT work (as I said I am a coding skill set novice).

I know there are Apps that make Emoji - just not tried them so far.

Refs
download the drone font from dafont, extract the files and install drone.ttf
more fonts like drone attack..







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