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Font used for main product names (BASIL, SEA SALT) is probably Old Newspaper Types The font used for NO. 02, NO. 19 & HERB, SEASONING and the digits is probably Telegraphem Both are available at dafont.com. The closest match that I could find for those white colored texts (PURE & NATURAL, EXTRA DARK, ALL NATURAL) on black background shape/patch is ...


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I think this is Edwardian Script but the capital B is an alternate character. The Pro version you can buy on MyFonts includes it in a stylistic set if you look through the character set. The inline font is a French typeface called "Le Moreau-le-Jeune". It's often been branded, not accurately, as "Caslon Openface" in English-speaking ...


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Disclaimer: The other answer is more accurate and has more details. The Bonbons font looks like from ITC Edwardian Script family. But like you said, it is a bit different. B looks different a bit. I found same on a website (not sure if it's legal or not) named blogfonts.com, but that matched a great deal: So I feel it could be an old version of font which ...


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A partial answer Some Bitstream fonts have the wanted pi. It seems to be just in Bitstream's implementation of the typeface, it isn't the same in versions made by others. One example: Iowan Old Style Italic Here's a few letters of it: As you see the rest of the letters aren't the same, only the pi symbol (hex 0390) is the wanted one. There's only a few ...


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Fonts are typically not part of any one application, but rather installed on the operating system. In other words, they aren't "Inkscape fonts". They are fonts Inkscape as detected are installed on your computer. Most often operating system fonts have licenses which allow you to use them commercially. However, if you've installed any other fonts on ...


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Futura has many forms, iterations, and knock-offs. Futura Black is a stencil version and I'd argue it does not promote quick-reading. It should be used as a display font, meaning large and short formats like titles. Quick reading implies it works well for body copy--paragraphs of text. I think the wiki article you linked to is referring to Futura in general ...


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Means is a custom font designed by Commercial Type for Mailchimp. It belongs to Mailchimp and you can't buy the right to use it at any price. Fortunately, it's based on Cooper by Oz Cooper (sometimes Cooper Old Style) which is now in the public domain, and other designs have been published inspired by this design. Check out Newlyn's New Kansas or Cooper BT.


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It looks vaguely like some "inscriptional" fonts of the twentieth century intended to have a slightly "monumental" feel. For example the letters are very wide and quite monoline and the 'b' symmetrical to a 'd'. Closest I've found are Lovato by Philatype and Quattrocento Roman by Impallari. Latinia is similar, so is Luxury Text by ...


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Some improvement can be obtained like this: Scale down the image to some realistic size (text 200px high) Filter > Blur > Gaussian blur (Size X/Size Y=3-4). Make sure that the top of the o doesn't become too transparent or you'll have a cut there. Layer > Transparency > Alpha to selection Select > To Path At that point you have a path which ...


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yes, you can loop through all open documents through scripting. Below is an example of this. https://community.adobe.com/t5/indesign/change-scripts-to-run-through-multiple-documents-in-a-book-rather-than-just-the-open-document/td-p/5702124 But considering that with the "find/replace font" tool a change in one document takes about 5 seconds you ...


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The big font is hard to identify, which is annoying as it has a ton of distinctive letter shapes despite the limited character set. Identifont didn't find anything quite right. If you need the exact font the big player in display type in this period was ITC, you might find it searching through their library. My closest suggestion then would be ITC Jeepers, ...


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Since you have "reputable" in your question, I will propose one commercial solution. It is not(!) online in the sense of free access, but you can purchase it online and start using withing minutes. I am talking about a book or ressource (regularly updated if I understand correctly) which claims to write in detail about pairing. Here is the blurb ...


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Lowest common denominator.... meaning.. most often people won't use really obscure, little known, fonts. I mean, that can certainly be the case. But the best place to start looking is with more commonly used typefaces. First default app/OS fonts, then branch to more widely used typefaces... The rounded O and more oblong 0 (zero), combined with the R lead me ...


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Since the font is curved on bottles, it's a bit hard to use online tools to identify the it. Like you said, you have already tried that. So the only other way to find it, in my opinion, is either someone already know about this font with experience or you do some 'hit and trial' to browse similar looking fonts. I did same and here's what I've found: Almost ...


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This is called x-height. I remember years ago, when the web was smaller I was comparing default Windows fonts and Verdana was the best. Verdana is a bit wider. Check IBM Plex (Mono), it is a good display font. My favorite is Mont but whatever. There are so many fonts at this present day. Looking at Google Font I think Comfortaa can be interesting. Very ...


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OK found some: All fonts at 12pt again. Vezus is the current winner, size-wize. I surely love me those slab fonts in menus: Vezus 9pt Metronic Slab 10pt Museo Slab 10pt Sanchez 10pt


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Thanks to the comment above and the linked answer by @xenoid, I found the font and installing it solved the issue. The Python Console is accessible under Filters/Python-Fu, where the object representing the open image can be found with img = gimp.image_list()[0] (0 of course being the index of the open image). From there, one can select the text layer (layer ...


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There is no way to do this perfectly without redrawing it in illustrator, which is a bit of work and not very easy for beginners. Usually this kind of thing happens when a font is compressed in a jpg or something similar. But in this case the font is "Bombshell Pro by Emily Lime" and the edgyness is part of that font. Maybe use whatthefont to find ...


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If you have the font, use it in Inkscape. Apply Path > Object to Path to make the written text to vector drawing. If you simply remove the excessive path nodes with the node tool you get smoother curves. By default Inkscape tries to keep the curves as nearly original as possible with less nodes. Prepare to remove tens of nodes per a letter. Path > ...


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