Brochure font help


I'm currently designing a brochure for a journalist organization. This organization is edgy but serious I'm using Dekar for the main sections. However, I would like to find a font that could compliment this font if possible. Any suggestions? Any fonts I could check out that could work for this? Thank you!

Font Identification

I really need to identify this font guys...

I used it for a website about a year and a half ago and now they want to change the website name but want to use the same font. It's perfect for their website logo.

I just can't remember what the font is called... I really, really need to know what the name of it is. Please. Help.

Font Use Help (Copperplate Gothic).

So basically I made this Eminem fan-art about him being the first true critically and commercially successful rapper(Yeah I know about Beastie Boys and Vanilla Ice). And when it came to putting some text in the image I got stuck on the typeface choice. I have used Copperplate Gothic here but I wanted to ask is it appropriate? This confusion was mostly due to someone saying in a thread " Copperplate is a great font but its used in a lot of wrong places". What do you guys think? Is this appropriate? It looks fine to me but I want your advice.

My troubles with FontExplorer Pro


I've been using FontExplorer for a good while. By far it has been my favorite management software to use, though the better part of its' usage has been on Mac.

Until recently I purchased the software to use it in my Windows environment and has been wonderful, until now. I have a family of fonts that I wish to use but when I resume to activate them I have this message: You are trying to activate a font which has the same criteria as a font that is already activated....

I'm at a lost because I'm pretty sure the fonts are named differently, even don't look the same in preview. Has anyone else ran into this problem or have a solution? This has become a real pain to deal with not being able to use the type. I would greatly appreciate any solutions.