Used it in some project but couldn't find the raw file.
Identified fontGabriola Suggested by SexyElvis7 (view post)
Some variation of Gabriola with stylistic alternates and swashes.
The 'p' looks like Murray Hill
Edit: nevermind - the 'p' is included in the Gabriola font set
Edit 2: the 'h' and 'y' are from stylistic set 7, the 'app' are from stylistic set 1
Edited 2 times. Last edit on Nov 19, 2012 at 08:32 by SexyElvis7
Can you suggest how to Apply Font Stylistic Sets And Ligatures in Photoshop
If I understand this correctly, the Stylistic Sets feature is fully accessible in Adobe InDesign (also in MS Word 2010). Alternately, you can type the text in Illustrator, open the Glyphs panel, hunt for the actual glyphs, then copy/paste into Photoshop.
Thanks for your reply ...it was very helpful thanks once again...
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