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Hello, I used a free favicon generator for the favicon on my profile site - itguyjosh.com - but I forgot to note down the font that I used in creating it. I would like to use the font in more logos/banners, but I have no idea what it could be. I've tried WTF, but none of the suggestions look right to me. I've attached the favicon as a png and appreciate any advice.
Pls. anyone knows what is the font name of the attached image. Thank you very much in advance.
I've got the font below and want to make it bigger but keep it sharp. Does anyone know which font it is so I can make a new pic?
i don't remember which font is this one. can anyone help me?
Anyone know or think they might be able to identify the font for Teenager Posts and so-relatable images. Here is an example of the font http://www.flickr.com/photos/76343955@N05/8165649985/lightbox/, or you can visit the website to look at the fonts used on the images.
I've looked everywhere to no avail so be great if you could help me! And I'm pretty sure it isn't helvetica or arial, although it could be a variation?
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Certain font were designed to suit certain languages. For instance German needs smaller uppercase letters because of so many capitalized words. I imagine that Bodoni was designed for Italian. We also know international fonts.
Does anybody has a clue, hint or information about some serious literature about this problem.
I am interested in visual characteristics of all official European languages.
Thanks for any suggestion or help.
Does any one know how to create a Glyph/Character map, say like how myfonts.com uses? http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/fontbureau/juliana/text-roman/characters.html
I am trying to create some previews of my font designs, but cannot find a way to do something like this, and in a batch process. Any ideas?
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