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This question asking about two separate typefaces and the fonts that accompany them has two answers. Both of them answer a separate part of the question.

I think that the answers need to be combined in some fashion to truely be a correct answer for the OP or the question should be split up. (I've already flagged it)

How should we handle questions like these? Asking the person to split the question up into multiples could be considered spam if they have to split a question into several.

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  • Asking the person to split the question up into multiples could be considered spam if they have to split a question into several. – Asking multiple questions far from what is considered spam on Stack Exchange or the Internet in general. It may be considered obnoxious by some forum communities (which I never got), but this site is not a forum, let alone such a one.
    – Wrzlprmft Mod
    Feb 11 '18 at 10:18
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You're right, this should have been two questions. The asker has not been back to the site in over a week, so asking them to split the question probably won't get anywhere. Since this is a font identification of very limited use, I don't think there will be much benefit to take any moderation action to make it right (and there's no "move this answer to another question" function available to me).

In the future, I would ask them to split it up and post two separate questions. There has been a case like this before where someone asked a bunch of questions in one post, but then split it into posts (see here)

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