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#1 2014-05-18 19:54:27

drot
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Font identification

Hello, I was wondering if anyone knows what font is displayed on this screenshot. I hope this is the right place to ask.

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#2 2014-05-18 20:10:49

Head_on_a_Stick
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Re: Font identification

Hi drot, I could be wrong but I think thats terminus wink
EDIT: I stand corrected, @Unia is right (as usual...)

Last edited by Head_on_a_Stick (2014-05-18 20:17:29)


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#3 2014-05-18 20:13:15

Unia
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Re: Font identification

^ It's not, just look at the zero and the curly t as examples. I have no idea which font it is, though. Sorry.


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#4 2014-05-19 08:22:21

sardina
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Re: Font identification

Seems Tamsyn 11 or higher.

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#5 2014-05-19 09:13:58

karol
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Re: Font identification

sardina wrote:

Seems Tamsyn 11 or higher.

The 'l', 'm' , '3'and '0' look different ...

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#6 2014-05-19 10:36:12

drot
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Re: Font identification

Yes, the funny thing is that it looks so familiar, yet there are subtle differences. Somebody already contacted the author of the screenshot, but sadly he forgot what font he was using.

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#7 2014-09-04 22:12:59

Theta91
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Re: Font identification

Unfortunately, I can't identify it either, but I have some thoughts:

The middle stem of the 'm' being off the baseline is *very* distinctive. The only fonts I can think of with it are Lekton (obviously not it) and Ubuntu Mono (also obviously not it). The 0, l, and curved w are also quite distinctive.

It's definitely not any of the monospaced or bitmaps fonts you commonly hear bandied about like Monaco, Anonymous Pro, Envy Code R, etc. or Dina, ProFont, Terminus, etc. It could be a Terminus clone/variant. Some of the Proggy fonts are pretty close, so it could be a split from that, too (cf. Coding Font Tobi, which does have the raised stem).

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