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Did you know that some of the graphics used in Windows are not actually graphics but are instead represented as symbols in a font?
It is true. And that font's name is Marlett. From its own description, as found in the TrueType Font Properties Extension tool:
Looking at it in Character Map, you may see a few familiar UI elements from your Windows experience:
And although the file sometimes tries to hide itself, it is always there helping Windows have the right look and feel....
I find this font to be pretty cool, myself. Maybe we could get the Invisible Jet added! :-)
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