I bought it once upon a time as part of the "More Fonts for Windows" package, and I've enjoyed it quite a lot. One interesting feature is that while it's a uniform-stroke-width sans-serif font, it the italic version has letterform changes typical of italic fonts (e.g. the non-italic "a" has a flag on top, but the italic "a" has a full-sized bowl with no flag. The non-italic "l" has a flag on top but nothing the bottom; the italic "l" has a right-facing flag on the bottom (the "1" has flags a flag on top and a bar on the bottom). The "0" is not slashed, but is very distinct from the "O".
Anyone else ever seen that font?
PS--I would second the request for a sample including O0 Ll1| `"' etc. since those characters can be tricky. Also, it would be helpful if in text you don't just refer to whether the zero is slashed, but whether it is distinct.
Addendum: Financial has filenames mlsan.ttf through mlsaq.ttf and was sold by MicroLogic Software, Inc.
There are online reports that Financial is a forged font. I don't know if this is true or not, but I haven't found it on any legitimate font site.
Well, it was in a collection I bought some time back. I just plugged a sample of the italic into WhatTheFont and it suggested Letter Gothic 12 Pitch Italic. That's probably what it's based on, though none of the font sets I'd seen with a Letter Gothic or imitator included the italics.
Thanks! If I was using a better font I might have spotted that myself.
I know what you mean. I recently noticed something I'd written some months ago, thanking someone: "Thank's" --- aaarrgh!
Though, in my case, I blame it on the ubiquity of the "thank's" misspelling corrupting me. I fear it's only a small matter of time before I mix "their" and "there!"
Being able to distinguish between characters that in many fonts look nearly or exactly the same is really important. Adding these three lines (or something similar that shows this stuff) would make the comparison much more useful: