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Font with (fairly) symmetrical S (or how to edit Arial's S)


Question

I'm looking for a sans serif font (similar to Arial) with a (fairly) symmetrical 'S'

This is Arial's S:

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See how the top part is so different from the bottom?

Even if not 100% symmetrical, if somebody can help me find a better one?

Or know how to edit this one (Arial) to at least improve it... I'd really appreciate it!

Thanks!

2014/07/30
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7/30/2014 7:13:00 PM

The 'S' is a weird glyph...there's a reason why it's usually not exactly symmetrical.

Helvetica is more symmetrical than Arial:

Helvetica 'S'

Another font that came to mind is Giogio Sans - different than Arial, to be sure, but certainly pretty symmetrical:

Giorgio Sans 'S'

League Gothic is different than Arial but has a fair amount of symmetry to it (depending on how you define symmetry, I guess):

League Gothic 'S'

One more symmetrical font that's not like Arial - Tungsten:

Tungsten 'S'

2014/07/30
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7/30/2014 7:50:00 PM