Is there an extension that lets use my own font choices in Chrone? Firefox has an option that doesn't let web sites choose fonts and I want something like that. There's one called Plainclothes and it does too many other things.
Name that font: What font is commonly used on car dashboards? Not for the speedometer numbers and such, but for the 'Unleaded Fuel Only', or the 'Service Engine Soon' text? [more inside]
Help me identify this font. [more inside]
I'm having trouble choosing which font(s) to use -- for example, for a flyer or poster. I don't have a graphic design background or much experience with it, but sometimes I have to design simple pieces for my job. Are there any introductory online resources that can help me learn more so that no one will point and laugh when they see a flyer I made? I'll be looking at this thread and this thread, too. My main fear is that I'll put something together and someone will point and laugh and say, "Oh no, you used THAT font?"
[Type-nerd filter] What's a more "old-world"/traditional typeface: Frutiger or Gill Sans? Or something else along the same lines? Must have Black/Extra Black/Ultra faces. [more inside]
What typeface is this they're using in the Subterranean logo? What The Font and Identifont have not helped narrow it down, so I thought I would tap into the hive mind to see if you all knew what it is.
I would like to see the character set from the first computer typeface. [more inside]
I would love to know the name of this font. Whatthefont.com had no clue.
Is there a way to send simple email from mail chimp, with minimal html formatting, that allows the email to show up with the default font in the users email client?
Is there a way to send simple email from mail chimp, with minimal html formatting, that allows the email to show up with the default font in the users email client? [more inside]
What is this font? I'm trying to match the cute, handwritten scroll feeling of "just add ice." I'm happy to find a typeface either to buy or a free download. OpenType preferred. My results from Identifont weren't close.
Question about the best way to set up @font-face for custom fonts. [more inside]
Does anyone know of a free Traditional Chinese kaishu-style font that looks like it was written with a ballpoint pen or pencil (not a calligraphic pen or brush)? I'm currently using HanWangFangSongMedium from this page, which I quite like, but it's in fangsong style. It's for my computer flashcards when trying to remember how to write characters (e.g English word -> Chinese character). [more inside]
Typography nerds: I need to ID this font [more inside]
Could someone please help me name the font that is on this label from some non-dairy creamer at work?
Does anyone know the history of Boston's use of Futura Black as its "official" municipal font? Examples inside. [more inside]
How do you make that melty, Lovecraftian font? I've seen it in several threads on the Blue, but for the life of me can't find one now (searched Lovecraft, searched font...man that was a long search.) [more inside]
In this question, I asked about vertical space. Now I need to add a horizontal space requirement as well. [more inside]
How can I obtain Gotham font (or a font similar thereto) without paying an arm and a leg? [more inside]
How do I get a font I don't have for Apple Pages? [more inside]
I use various label applications that do not show a true image of the installed fonts in the drop down list. Is there a macro or procedure in Word to print all the installed fonts AND include the name of the font?
How can I print in a different font than the one I see on screen in Firefox, easily and with as few clicks as possible? [more inside]
What font is used for the "Aromatic Cocktail Bitters" text in the Peychaud's Bitters label? [more inside]
Fontagraphers: I know what a serif is - the little "tail" at the ends of character strokes. Mid-stroke, however, is what? [more inside]
What makes a design good? And how do I create it? [more inside]
Font ID help (thanks in advance) [more inside]
Somewhere there's a font or effect for it... [more inside]
Say I own a font and I want to embed it on my site so I can style headlines with it. Is there anything I can do to prevent or impede it from being downloaded and used without permission? [more inside]
I figured out today that every single web browser on my machine (HP dv7t, Windows 7) - Chrome, FFox, and IE8 - fonts on some sites are displaying wrong. That's bad because I need to review sites for my job. [more inside]
Is there anywhere where you can download a font like the one used in 16th-17th century books/manuscripts? [more inside]
Help me pick one free font to represent each decade between 1880 and 1980 [more inside]
Help me see unicode fonts on my browser (Firefox 3.6.10). Yes, I've seen this and this, but they don't help me. I need step by step instructions for idiots. [more inside]
Why did Firefox start using some stupid script font while I'm browsing? [more inside]
What's the best way to spec font sizes in CSS for a mobile web site for the latest versions of Android, Blackberry, and Safari Mobile? [more inside]
Help me decorate my office with posters and pictures of inspirational figures. [more inside]
I'm looking for a site that will take a string of characters, like a name, and provide an equation that, when mathematically graphed out, draw out that string of characters on the graph.
The very standard Courier font has disappeared from my Mac OSX 10.5.8 system. [more inside]
Quick font question. Can anyone point me to a (free) font like the small caps one used in the (humourous) wedding invite here? Thanks.
Thesis font question: do I use the same font for the text body and graphs? Any serif-favorites beyond Times New Roman? [more inside]
Can fonts have multiple versions of the same character with rules? [more inside]
Please help me identify the typefaces in this phony patent medicine ad. [more inside]
Multilingual (non-)Unicode translation issues inside, from someone who doesn't know nearly as much about Unicode as she should. [more inside]
Upon my homecoming, I find my family in a nasty feud. What to do? [more inside]
Designers, type designers, font geeks - I need your help please. In the past, each "era" has had a typeface that came to represent the "spirit" of that era. Can you recommend me typefaces that you feel are poised to capture this new era we are entering...this time where computing breaks free of the desktop and we interact in new ways with "the cloud" in everything we do wherever we are? [more inside]
Okay I've got WAAAAY too many fonts in photoshop. Is there any sort of organizer plug in for it that can keep them grouped by genres or something? [more inside]
FontFilter: A font which reflects deep respect for low frequency vibrations. [more inside]
What's the best font to use for an approximately 20-page document? I'm applying for something and I need to send in a summary of the proposed project. I would normally use Times but I'm worried it's too cramped—it's really quite squeezed in there compared to other fonts. Is there a better one with a little more space? I feel like it should be common enough to be found on most machines, as I think the application will go in both electronically and on paper.
I designed a display font a few years back and released it free for non-commercial use. I occasionally get requests to use words or letters set in the font for commercial purposes. What is a reasonable amount to charge? [more inside]