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    Font Identification Tool

    Webfonts are gracing our online reading experience everywhere. Many times I notice a font I enjoy a lot whether I would want to use it for web or print. This is a very fun tool that identifies the typeface, style, and size on the page rather than having to open the source.

    Simply place it in your bookmarks bar and a crosshair will appear on your screen so that you can click on any words to identify it.

    http://fount.artequalswork.com

    I hope you find this helpful.

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    Fantastic Tool!

    Now I know the right name of the font used by Skytv: SkyText.
    Now the hunting starts!

    Thank you man!

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    What The Font

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    http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/

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    Font Identification Tool

    Try this: www.whatfontis.com
    Is a good alternative to WhatTheFont

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    There is a Chrome Add-On called Whatfont which identifies webfonts from any website.

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    What exactly does this?

    Only identifies sources of their product or an application that is downloaded, because I can not download anything from that site.

    Moreover I do not see much use is to identify sources of the same product only. Thanks.

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    "what the font" is probably the best

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    I would go with WhatTheFont too.

    Or Internet forums like this, maybe.

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    another tool is http://www.identifont.com/identify.html
    or with limited set of letters http://www.identifont.com/sample.html

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    Another good tool: http://www.findmyfont.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by joca View Post
    Another good tool: http://www.findmyfont.com/
    This tool is good as seen her before.

    But ... it is clear that the image is to put only a similarity or approximation with the fonts you have installed on your computer.

    What makes it interesting, that sometimes identify fonts exactly, but anyway we do not, this tool looks for an exact point, if not found similar, "but this whole process is within the fonts you have installed on your system "

    What seems like an excellent option. would be nice if someone could share the version with patch.


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    great tool, thanks for this...

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    Great tool!! thanks for sharing!

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    Generally, I use fontsinuse.com

    It's not necessarily a "tool" but it is super useful, especially for type pairing

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoxan View Post
    There is a Chrome Add-On called Whatfont which identifies webfonts from any website.
    I used it for a bit, but then it stopped working. Now I use WhatTheFont and identifont.com :)

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