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How to change the font in Google Chome (PC Advisor)
Although the design of websites has come a long way since the birth of the Internet, it’s just not enough sometimes. You get bored of seeing the same fonts, day after day, week after week. That’s not true with Google Chrome, as the hugely popular browser has the option of changing the website font to one that you like. How? Well, read on to find out. Step 1: Click the Chrome Menu in the top right hand corner of the Google Chrome browser and select “Settings”. >>Read More...
Metaflop Lets You Create and Customize Your Own Fonts for Free (Lifehacker)
If you're looking for the perfect font, but can't seem to find it, you might be able to make it. Metaflop Modulator makes it easy to create custom fonts simply by adjusting some sliders. Metaflop, developed by Marco Müller and Alexis Reigel, gives you a straightforward tool for creating almost any type of font. You can adjust every width or height and a ton of other proportions and characteristics. As you design your font, you'll see what it looks like almost instantly. Once you've made something you're happy with, you can download the font as an OpenType font or webfont and use it in other applications. >>Read More...
How to identify a font, any font, anywhere you find it (Mac World)
With tens of thousands of fonts in circulation, it’s tough to identify a specific font from memory, when you see it. Fortunately, you don’t have to—there are free websites, and an iOS app, that can identify font samples for you on the fly. The process is easy and a whole lot of fun. No matter which resource you use, font identification from a printed sample works the same way: you scan or take a photo of some text, upload it, and then the resource tries to guess the characters in the photo. After the characters are correctly identified, the resource tries to find the font. >>Read More...