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HELLP!!!!! GEES what the font!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Fonts and Typography' started by tooserious, Apr 13, 2010.

  1. tooserious

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    an anyone identify this font....gees I need a font identifier program!!!! I scroll through mine........
     

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  2. x2chris7x

    x2chris7x Active Member

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    try whatthefont.com
     
  3. Fred Weiss

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    It's a bit small but it appears to be Alcuin Bold.
     
  4. Fred Weiss

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    Why not try here and let other members practice their type identification?

    What the Font only identifies fonts they sell as far as I know.
     
  5. tooserious

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    Thanks Fred....I did try what the font it is sometimes hit and miss and...you know about the names of fonts.......
     
  6. tooserious

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    Exactly...I bought a program Font something a few years ago what a disappointment!!!!!
     
  7. Fred Weiss

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    I can tell you from first hand experience that there has never been a font identification program that provided good results if the user hadn't also learned whatever they could about type. I wrote and published FontFinder and was the North American distributor of FontExpert for a couple of years. Both applications work great but they both require some knowledge of the topic.

    Sadly, neither program proved to be popular and neither is available for licensing any longer. I did, however, use FontExpert to identify your font in about 60 seconds.
     
  8. tooserious

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    What happened to the old days 5 fonts max........brush script , knockout, Block, and some with a serif........now every person that has a computer uses some (usually a hard reading) font!!!!!!!
     

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