Times Newer Roman is a free and open-source font created by MSCHF that mimics the size and look of the original Times New Roman typeface. The font is designed to be 5-10% wider than the original font, making it easier on the eye and allowing more characters to be fitted onto a page. The site was created as a prank to assist students in completing long page requirements. It also has slightly altered lowercase letters, which makes it harder to detect by teachers.
The Times Newer Roman font is also designed to look good on all screen sizes and resolutions. You can download the font from the MSCHF website or from our link below for both Mac and Windows. It also has many weights and styles, including bold, italic, and underlined.
Times New Roman is a classic serif font created in 1931 for The Times newspaper. It is widely used in academic and professional writing.
Times Newer Roman is an altered version of Nimbus Roman No. 9 L, a free font that mimics the Times New Roman font. It has wider characters and spaces but the same vertical heights.
Font At A Glance
|Font Family Name||Times Newer Roman|
More fonts are available on our website, including Chick FIL A, Cloudsters Regular, and Manofa Font.
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