destere wrote:By the way, kerning isn't meant to be consistent spacing - it's meant to be the visually pleasing spacing of letters. In practice this means very inconsistent spacing in the pursuit of making it look good and well proportioned. Also, the spaces between letters are just called spaces, not kernings.
Ziyulu wrote:Is it possible there are certain things on the plane that prevent painting that particular area? For example, I was told Thai had to put their logo further back on their new planes due to doors/windows.
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