What font style is this?

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http://img361.imageshack.us/my.php?imag ... r291gb.png

Does someone knows the name of this specific font in this text by google?
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Your image is not displaying :( , but if you have the time an online process like http://www.identifont.com/identify.html can often help you to identify fonts.
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Link works fine for me, it's the picture with "Ads by Google" :wink:

I have tried whatthefont and the image or letters where to small to recognize unfortunately :(
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Ads door Google

just the default font (arial?) for this forum looks the same as in the image.
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Yes, that would also be my best bet but when i make the letters bold the letters differ from each other, maybe this could be because i need to use Photoshop to get the same look.

I want to make the other options in my navigation menu exactly the same regarding boldness and fontstyle, so therefor i need to know exactly what font this is.

I also think it's Arial but maybe i am wrong so i thought to verify it here.
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I can't see the image on the link you've posted but I have found this site very handy when needing to identify and unknown font.

http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/
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I don't what you have done but the link works fine still.
When clicking on above link you will see a small blue box with the words "Ads by google" also i mentioned this before:
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Link works fine for me, it's the picture with "Ads by Google" Wink

I have tried whatthefont and the image or letters where to small to recognize unfortunately Sad


The tool what the font didn't work for me.
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I apologise reaper I did not see that mentioned :oops:

The font is 12pt Arial Narrow or Arial - I would lean more towards Arial Narrow, it produces a closer match to the image.

If you are using Photoshop I would also recommend using the 'strong' or at the least the 'crisp'
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:lol: No Problem :wink: Thanks for the constructive reply, finally something i can work with, i alreay had given up on this.
I did know it was Arial but getting it matched to perfection is another matter, hope this works out.
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If you want it matched to perfection then you will need to play around a little with the spacing. You can find this in Photoshop on the Character pallet its symbol is an A V with a double ended arrow underneath.

My suggestion would be to open the original image in PS, and make a new layer over the top and match the text on top in another colour than white.

If you don't need to match exactly that button and it's text - but you want it to look similar for other text buttons, then stick with the 12pt Arial Narrow and strong setting like I mentioned above, double space between the words. It will make a good close match.
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THANKS! 8)

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