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Thread: What the Font.

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    Default What the Font.



    Hello Mentlegen, I'm here to give something that may help your ''font'' problems....or not

    http://new.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/

    ''Awesome, but how do I use it?''

    Simple. What the font recognizes the fonts used in the image. You can upload the image as a file or as a specify URL.
    So, all you have to do is upload a image with the font you want to know and What the Font tells you what font is.

    HAVE FUN.


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    I was aware of this but nice find!

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    Ooh, i can see this coming in handy. Nice find!

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    I love you, Strike.

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    I'm surprised you guys didn't already know this, I've been using WTF for years

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    I always used this site. The main problem is it's accuracy, sometimes it fails and sometimes it actually meets the perfect font, but I have to pay for it =/

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    Yeah, I use this constantly, but it think sometimes they don't include fonts that are more accurate but won't make them money. They always recommend costly fonts.

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    you should also try Identifont: http://www.identifont.com/

    try the "Limited set of letters" link, type in what you have, then answer questions about it to get a set of matches, not always accurate but sometimes finds things WTF doesnt.

    also, if you know the postscript filename of your font, a simple Google search can sometimes find it, eg;

    fontname.ttf index of

    give it a go, you may be pleasantly surprised

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