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The Font Help Spot

Your image links are not working but I guess you are refering to the planet title cards from Rogue One?

I'm struggling to find it using whathefont but it's a horrible font anyway IMO. Why not go with something more oldskool Star Wars in style for them?
 
TM2YC said:
Your image links are not working but I guess you are refering to the planet title cards from Rogue One?

I'm struggling to find it using whathefont but it's a horrible font anyway IMO. Why not go with something more oldskool Star Wars in style for them?

Weird, they show up fine on my work computer and home computer.

I guess the reason is that I don't want to have to crop or cut out the ones that are already there, I'd rather leave them as is.
 
Looks quite Matrix-esque to me. 

Try inputting the image into something like "Font Squirrel" or "What The Font" - they will pick out the text from the image and find similar or matching fonts.
 
The Scribbling Man said:
Looks quite Matrix-esque to me. 

Try inputting the image into something like "Font Squirrel" or "What The Font" - they will pick out the text from the image and find similar or matching fonts.

Thanks, found it was OCR-A AI Pro Bold
 
You already found it but for future reference... another easy option is putting a term like "computer font" into Google image search and then looking for a distinctive letter (I choose the triangular shaped D). OCR-A came up in the first 20 results.
 
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The Scribbling Man said:
DigModiFicaTion said:
I use whatfontis when I don't know fonts. Great tool.
https://www.whatfontis.com

Thanks, Dig. Just had a go at using this for a change. Pretty accurate. The constant jabs to sign up for premium are a bit annoying though.

Your welcome :) I always have adblockers installed so maybe that's why I don't get jabbed ;)
 
Does anyone know what this font is and where I could find it?
 
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