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What is the name of the font or the similar font of the text on the attached photo. I found it on a paper and I liked it and want to have it in my computer.

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  • Hi. Welcome to GDSE. We have some special requirements for font identification questions. It would be great if you could read these, and edit your question to provide the missing information. Thanks. – Billy Kerr Apr 7 at 12:42
  • ...and attach the photo... [I found it & reattached, in edit queue] – Tetsujin Apr 7 at 13:01
  • You edited the image off. But the red text had nearly as bad kerning as some of my home made font attempts. (kerning=spacing variations to make the typesetting look out well balanced ). I wouldn't accept it. It can be in the font or in the software which uses it. Or is it perfect, but a way to describe some language specific richness which isn't needed in western writings? – user287001 Apr 7 at 13:19
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According to me the font should be be Gill Sans Infant Std

Watch the demo below; 90% of glyphs seems matching; but it might not exact you want but it might help you; good luck to others who trying to find this font enter image description here

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    Thank you very much. I see is this one. – Benifa MD Apr 8 at 6:36
  • Don't forget to upvote if this is the font you was looking :) – Mr.Online Apr 8 at 7:00
  • @BenifaMD not upvote but mark the answer as accepted. – Luciano Apr 8 at 14:40
  • Yeah even better :) – Mr.Online Apr 9 at 3:21

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