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Please help me plzz !!!
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Now in the FontID forum:
I bet skradna also thought
when reading the obligatory note under "General Discussion": "All topics are welcome—except font ID requests."
This is being much more funny guys. You are doing everything except help. Thank you so much. Excuse my 'mistake'. Is it ok now, eh? It is my homework's piece that it'd very urgent. Anyway. Thanks for your comments. You are really 'helpful' :)
It is my homework's piece that it'd very urgent
Indeed we are helpful. So many people who think they're more important than the rest of us ignore
All topics are welcome—except font ID requests,
and do post here. Most are in turn ignored, and the font not identified. While we can't help you with your probably spurious notion that you're more important than the rest of us, we can let you know that if you want a font identified, you're not likely to get much help here.
Specifically, we've helped by letting you know that if you post in the correct place, you may not have to get a dog.*
*A well cared-for dog will likely back you up when you have to fall back on "The dog ate my homework."
Anyway. Will you help me? Really really i need to solve that :( I put it on correct place. I can't wait.
I would tell you if I knew. One of the reasons for having the separate forum is that most (many?) of us don't have this knowledge when things get a bit esoteric.
But the people who hang out on the ID forum take these things as a challenge, odds are you will get an answer there. I'll stick to Sudoku.
While there's something familiar about it, I just can't figure it out. I suppose dredging through the esoterica on Dafont might help, but I'm otherwise way out in the octal forty.