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Screener™

by Canada Type

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Screener is the latest child of arcade alphabets. Not too trendy, not too retro, not too stand-out, yet clear and fresh.

Although it boasts plenty of the traits of its origins (early screen technologies), it manages to maintain a balance between the elements of its 1980s origins and the mechanical yet transparent late 20th century techno/pop design. Precise and geometric, solid and strong, Screener looks great on screen as well as in print, in tracked small sizes as well as in teaser headlines. More…

Screener comes in two widths and weights, with italics, and extra sets of symbols and numerals (enclosed, fractions, superiors, inferiors, etc.), as well as two weights of small caps. Screener is available in separate packages, or in a value package that contains all twelve fonts.

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Available licensing options
Glyph coverage

available in all of the styles in this family:
Basic Latin/English letters

only available in some of the styles in this family:
West European diacritics Euro Ligatures Dingbats & Symbols



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Screener Regular

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Screener Italic

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Screener Bold

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Screener Bold Italic

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Screener SC Regular

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Screener SC Bold

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Screener Numerals

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Screener Symbols

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Screener Condensed

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Screener Condensed Italic

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Screener Condensed Bold

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Screener Condensed Bold Italic

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Available formats

available in all of the styles:
Windows TrueType  


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