italic font


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italic font

A typeface with letters slanted slightly to the right. Italic type is used to emphasize words as well as for decoration. Most, but not all, fonts have an italic typeface.


The Four Typefaces
Many fonts come in normal, bold, italic and bold italic variations.
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CAT now uses italic font (with roman for uncertain letters in place of KTU's asterisks).
Although not an Aldine counterfeit, it would have been illegal to sell this edition within the jurisdiction of Venice since it was printed in an italic font, for which Aldus had obtained a ten-year privilege in March 1501.
The CVC and the account number are both printed in a unique reverse italic font that is difficult to reproduce.
For example, as shown in Table 3, a source entry is Italic font, and its destination entry is Fonts, italic.
The 10 new FlipFont typefaces include the Neue Helvetica typeface, one of the world's most widely used and recognized designs; the classic Frutiger design, used in brands and signage worldwide; the AdPro([TM]) font, an informal, handwriting design; the ITC American Typewriter([TM]) font, which resembles typewriter printing; the Felbridge([TM]) typeface, designed for high on-screen legibility; the Julietrose([TM]) design, a charming and vivacious script; the Kanban([TM]) design, which evokes Asian calligraphy; the Present([TM]) design, which exudes style and spontaneity; the Rage([TM]) Italic font, which appears as a vibrant brush script; and the ITC Syndor([TM]) font, an easy-to-read handwriting face.
But if the italic font is not installed, Panorama enables the regular font to be made to italic algorithmically
His Copacabana(TM) typeface family is a slightly italicized design partially based on the Goudy Old Style(TM) italic font.
The family includes regular and bold fonts, in addition to two new italic and bold italic fonts.
A similar idiosyncrasy occurs with the use of italic fonts for the abbreviations of instruments, and the indication of timpani pitches after the change is certainly unconventional.
Bold and italic fonts or underlining can be used to emphasize certain sections of importance to the particular reader.
While the italic fonts and varying stanzaic form visually separate this passage from the rest of the poem (it is easy to see why Russell extracted it on these grounds alone), it is misleading for Martin to suggest that the poem achieves organic unity only with the passage removed - a point that Rudrum argues effectively.