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Thread: WHAT the font?

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    I've used (ironically) "what the font" several times in the past by uploading an image of it, just like you provided. Fast and typically right on target for the fonts used.
    http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/

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    whatthefont is definitely the right tool to use for that kind of thing!

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    Then look a little further down for the submission thingy. Requires signing up and submitting to their volunteer researchers. They've never let me down...
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    With the image you're using - the way the letters run together and the shadows - it's not able to identify enough separate glyphs for a good match. Clean up the image, split the letters and you should get a result.
    Chris

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