The letterforms of the Madame font are quite complex. Older operating systems like Windows 3.1 have trouble with rendering such complex TrueType characters. To avoid this, the Madame font has been designed in a special way: the characters are composed of separate fragments. If you use this font, normal text appears gibbled. To determine what character parts are required for proper text composition, please click on the character map links next to each font.
Here is the complete list of characters, A-Z, in Madame Letters, with the string you need to type: More…
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