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As one who has typeset a thick mathematical book (written by various contributors), I would make two points in favour of Computer Modern. First, the lower-case italic v and the lower-case Greek ν are clearly distinguished. Second, parentheses rise higher than ascending letters, so that items in parentheses look more fully enclosed than in other fonts ...


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Comfortaa is a pretty close / similar alternative, if you don't mind the rounded ends, and it's free/open source. It's Comfortaa Regular in the example


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You can try WhatTheFont. It searches similar fonts by image. Modulus Medium DyeLine Medium Ardeco 3 Harry Plain Not a perfect match but I wouldn't tell the difference.


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You can also contact the designer directly: http://www.dafont.com/profile.php?user=397384 You do need an account.


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Add this after your piece of CSS and before the closing semi-colon: !important So: body { font-family: 'Syncopate', sans-serif!important; } This will bazooka through any other style settings (unless they also use !important). Also, remember that: http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Syncopate' rel='stylesheet' type='text/css'> should be: ...


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Photoshop & Browser both are different so it is possible in text size. i also have this problem so i Google it and find http://pxtoem.com You can see it how font size work and which font size you can use for your text.



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