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Fonts with slanted e

i like these fonts with the slanted "e" Clemente, and Josefin-Sans
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Need help identifying two types of fonts

The top two are likely to be custom lettering, not a font. But it's in the style of "fat face" and art nouveau types. Try LTR Federal by van Blokland, Etna by Mark Simonson and ITC Benguiat. ...
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Can someone tell me what font is this?

You can try using a font identifying service like WhatTheFont or uploading your image to Adobe Fonts in the search bar. It's unlikely that you'll find an exact match, but you should be able to find ...
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How to find out what a font on my computer's web font name is?

Turns out this is not a question that can easily be answered completely, as noted by janus-bahs-jacquet, historically different browsers on different systems implement different systems to find the ...
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Help me find a non-commercial alternative to this commercial geometric sans serif?

Some options of geometric sans that look similar: Outfit Jost Prompt Red Hat Display
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Find the font from a single ā€™Cā€™ character

This seems to be Georgia Bold.
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Why use the "system font stack" rather than a generic font family?

If your question is why would anyone use a font other than the system default, there are many reasons, among them: To have more control as to how text is presented cross-platform. System font does ...
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Why use the "system font stack" rather than a generic font family?

Since these articles were published, system-ui has in fact become a generic font family. The definition states: The purpose of system-ui is to allow web content to integrate with the look and feel of ...
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