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Looks a lot like Arial Condensed. If it's just a placeholder until you can get an officially sanctioned logo Arial Condensed will probably suffice.


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I like this match: LHF UNCIAL CAPS


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This post on the Hearthstone forum suggests that it is Bliz Quadrata. It is far from exactly the same, but has similar characteristics. It was possibly used as a starting point then heavily modified for the logo. The font can be downloaded in WOFF format here then converted to TTF using this tool.


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According to the Apple Watch HIGs, it's a new font called San Francisco, and it comes in two flavors: Choose the San Francisco Text font for text that is 19 points or smaller. Choose the San Francisco Display font for text that is 20 points or larger. Jon Gruber notes that it's not the first San Francisco font to appear on an Apple device, though this ...


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Pathway Gothic One (http://www.google.com/fonts/specimen/Pathway+Gothic+One) is somehow similar to Bebas, but most similar is a free font Bebas Neue from Dafont.com http://www.dafont.com/bebas-neue.font


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Is that the only image that you have of the font? If that is just a singular kind of icon/logo type letterform, then chances are it was custom created using a vector graphics program like Adobe Illustrator, and does not belong to any font family in particular. It looks old though, maybe a bit-map from Adobe Fireworks. My assumption is that you seek to ...


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Looks very close to Consolas font :


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Looks like Courier New to me. Just type it out on your WP see if you get a match.


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Was not able to find an exact match, but have one that is pretty close. Mensura Regular by Graviton ------------------------------------OR------------------------------------------------- Karben 105 Mono Book by Talbot Type


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The font is highly suggestible for TRUE LIES


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Creating a font is not an easy task, even if you only need to create a few letters. And it’s even worse if you have no experience with it. You have to match several distances, angles and shapes to each other, you have to properly align the letters to each other, etc. Though this does not directly relate to your problem, it is quite illustrating that ...


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Upload a portion of your .bmp to https://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/ and hope that the font can be recognized. Otherwise, find a similar font and go with that.


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It looks to be Aachen Bold by Colin Brignall or Neue Aachen Bold by Jim Wasco. It's probably one of those fonts just because they have the cyrillic support for the cyrillic characters above “MetroSport.” There is a chance that the font is a pirated copy where someone created an “italic” of Aachen but it looks more likely that they used the fake italic ...


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Not 100% sure but I would guess Microgramma Extended Bold or Eurostile Extended Medium. It's hard to determine just from a few numbers and letters as specimen but it seems like the stresses are the same on Eurostile Extended Medium. The cultural context and time period also make sense, as both these typefaces were designed by Aldo Novarese and were popular ...


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It appears to be Century Schoobook, although the numerals seem a tiny bit "bolder" than the roman. It's definitely in the Century family. https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/bitstream/century-schoolbook/


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The font is Computer Modern (Wikipedia), an original design of Donald E. Knuth for use with his TeX typesetting system. It's the default font in every TeX environment set-up, and it has an extensive set of matching Math symbols, so it's still being used extensively in scientific publications. It is classified as a modern Didone: Straight (hairline) ...


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04b03 by 04: The V looked unique, so I focused on that while scrolling through the bitmap category on dafont.


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The font is SLIM TONY, authors used some variants of the letters - look at the link for exact matches.


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Thanks to all who helped. I got there in the end, the answer was infact on dafont; voor is the font. Here's a screenshot;


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Reminds me of DIN, DIN Next comes pretty close: http://www.linotype.com/517415/dinnext-family.html


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granby EF bold is probably your best bet. https://www.myfonts.com/fonts/ef/granby/ef-bold/ I believe it was also narrowed horizontally in photoshop to about 75-85%.


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It's your best friend -> What The Font? I'm betting it's the first one, and someone has modified it.


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parts of the font look very similar to http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/abril-fatface this font.


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"Emoji" appears in recent Unicode fonts, but how they are rendered depends heavily on the application you are using. "Full color" is only a very recent addition to fonts; in fact, there are only proposals so far. Photoshop (and all other, uh, serious software) will typically render the plain monochrome form. Applications such as chat apps are specially ...


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To my knowledge there is no way to use the unicode emojis in Photoshop and i believe this is because each font would have to support emojis and furthermore it is uncommon to need emojis in your photoshop. If you really do need the emojis you can always download them in PNG/PSD format at a link like this: Emoji Collection. I hope this has answered your ...


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Two close matches On Stage font OR RagTime font -


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Looks like Helevetica Neue UltraLight:


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It appears to be based on Celtic Garamond (or one of its variants, but not Celtic Garamond Pro, which has a different lower-case R). The shapes of some of the letters have been modified, particularly the H and terminal s of Heretics, and it appears that the letters have been stroked inside the outline (the source typeface is "fatter").


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whatfontis.com seems like a good online tool to identify fonts. The closest match I could find was "Niagara Solid". A simple preview below:



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