A little modified, but like rocamaco said, it's Fontdinerdotcom Sparkly. Just gonna be put like this so it looks solved. ^^
And the "G" looks modified, it's not part of that font I don't think...
Editado 2 veces. Última edición el 31/05/2011 a las 03:03 por Berrybellebee
The Cheetos logo people say are custom made (like the font?), however that was made with a tutorial, the person making the tutorial never mentioned the font though. Maybe you should contact them if no one else can find out what font it is.
(not exact photo, but another Cheetos font tutorial)
I think it's Tahoma. It's a desktop font so it should be on your computer.
Thanks! And wow!
Also, even though I didn't make this thread, I'm wondering what font it was for "Isn't the word for you, it's"?
When I said "it still doesn't look as smooth as it does in for example Google Chrome", I meant when you add text-shadow to the CSS, it makes the font look smooth in Chrome. But in Firefox it doesn't, it still looks rough.
Before they were delayed, but now they're uploaded so it's all cool now.
True, however I noticed most browsers don't AA the fonts. And really? Firefox 4 doesn't AA fonts for me. I use Font Squirrel on my site, and the font looks rough, I add text-shadow (like I said above) to make it look smooth, but it still doesn't look as smooth as it does in for example Google Chrome.
Take a look:
Nevermind, and you were right about the delay.
They'll probably come soon, my fonts have been uploaded.
Thanks, I saw the new fonts were being uploaded so I didn't see my font so I was wondering why. But why do they reject fonts from being distributed on DaFont?
Exactly, even though it says no credit is required, you know the person who provided the resource to you would still appreciate if you did credit them, as vinz said, "credits is always cool".
Cufon is also good to use.
I also use Font-Squirrel, and it's not the font, it's Font Squirrel and it looks that way for everyone. An alternative is to use Cufon, but Cufon also has cons too, nothing's perfect so just stick with Font Squirrel. Notice how on the page, they show a preview, HOWEVER, when they show the font "Aller" at the top, notice how it's jagged also. And the custom fonts on Font Squirrel, they're jagged to.
Take a look: http://i55.tinypic.com/2ppbp86.png
CSS Solution, use "text-shadow", makes the font look smoother. Not compatible in every browser, but in most. Use:
text-shadow: #fff 1px 0 1px;
text-shadow: #fff 1px 1px 0;
I submitted my fonts, and I was just wondering the reasons why DaFont reject fonts?
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