The main difference are the font for Very Young, and the fact that the phrase "first fill" does not have "" marks around it. Only boxes with x's in. Odd. My guess is that they had a few bottles left over and needed to get labels done for them, but had lost the original template. This was as good as the original so they printed some up and whacked them on the bottles. Bob's your Uncle, some more Very Young!
Have a look at the attachment. I hope it works. I've never put a picture on this forum before...
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Basically where the computer used to print the labels did not have all the same type fonts that the computer used to generate the label design had... the missing characters defaulting to a Boxed X
That would be my guess anyway
DavidH wrote:Sounds like the classic Microsoft Smart Quotes problem. You type something up in Word, using straight quotes (" or ') and Word thinks "aha, I know what you meant to type" and curls them for you. Unfortunately it uses non-standard characters for the curly quotes so when you display the text anywhere except in a Microsoft product they appear corrupted. You see it all over the web.
Smart quotes are also swinish when you are trying to type in Gaelic.
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