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Do you know the difference among the fonts ISOCP, ISOCP2 a ISOCP3?

A - answer The only main difference between the AutoCAD SHX fonts ISOCP.SHX and ISOCP2.SHX and ISOCP3.SHX is line spacing, line feed offset between lines in paragraph text, or in line feeds ({Enter}) in DText texts.

When you compare these fonts, ISOCP has the largest line feed offset, its {LF} character definition has 76 units. The "new line" (LF) character in the font ISOCP2 has only 60 units and in the font ISOCP3 only 52 units.

There are multiple different versions of these SHX fonts in different versions of Autodesk products. The font ISOCP2 may have additional definition of the Unicode character "numero" - № - \\U+2116. It may also have a slightly different definition of the character "euro" - € - \\U+20AC.

For a full collection of Unicode character set, use the TrueType variant ISOCPEUR.

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See also:
Tip 13340:Where is a given font used in my drawing?
Tip 12935:How can I set a single-stroke text font in Fusion 360?
Tip 11564:Avoid name collisions between AutoCAD font- and symbol files (SHX).
Tip 11389:Readability of annotations, white halo on AutoCAD texts.
Tip 11128:How to convert lines forming a text to a text entity.

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