Help in identifying font.

yoshimitsu1234's picture

Can someone help me identify font in this screenshot of the book page?

Theunis de Jong's picture

No, but someone can point you to the Type ID board: http://typophile.com/typeid.

Why is it that noone seems to notice the by-line "All topics are welcome—except font ID requests."? Does it need to be

LARGER?

hrant's picture

Size is moot in a society discouraged from reading.

hhp

Té Rowan's picture

Re identifying web fonts, reading the raw HTML and CSS will surprisingly often be enough. Web browsers, at least of the Firefox class, let you do so easily.

hrant's picture

Much easier:
http://fount.artequalswork.com/

When you have time to read, read natural language. :-)

hhp

Special-K's picture

Just a thought - How about making a Font Identification logo banner out to the right, just like what is done for "Follow Typophile on Twitter"? I imagine Typophile even could have a design contest for it.

Té Rowan's picture

@hrant, that link reminded me of another useful bookmarklet that may turn out to be no less important, though in a different field.

http://anandam.name/source_verifier/

It calculates hashes for a web page and any included Javascript files, giving the user a chance to spot if something has changed somewhere.

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