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There is an app for that: WhatTheFont Mobile. You can take a new photo or select one from your local "camera roll", select the area to be recognized, and after selecting the letters it contacts WTF and reports the results back. Taking a snapshot of any running app is done by holding down the Home button and then clicking the Sleep button once. A camera ...


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Several iOS built-in fonts have monospaced digit characters, including the system default Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, Verdana, American Typewriter, Chalkboard SE, Copperplate, Gill Sans, Marker Felt, Trebuchet MS (and probably more)


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Naty's answer is close but since you're looking for the "correct distortion of a cylinder", you should use an actual cylinder. Illustrator has very limited (and sometimes buggy) 3D tools available, but this is a case where it has just what you need. In short, you should 3D extrude a circle and map the text around the cylinder that is created. To do this: ...


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I'll open by saying that this is something that you should do on photoshop, but if you insist on illustrator here is how it goes: Create the type, separated into 3 objects - top, middle and bottom: Go to the top group, create outlines, make it a compound path (object>compound path>make) and give it a 3d rotate effect like in the image (the 20 degrees is ...


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For points in Photoshop to match points for iOS and OS X native development, you’ll need the document’s DPI to be: For a 1× document (non-Retina), use 72DPI. For a 2× document (Retina), use 144DPI. For a 3× document (Retina HD), use 216DPI. Document DPI typically doesn’t matter (it’s pixel dimensions that matter), except when talking about points. Points ...



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