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It's some hinky scaling after all…
The top line appears to be scaled on a glyph by glyph basis. It's hard to tell from a slightly soft original, but I'd say with 100% confidence that that's a match. Since the scaling is odd, it's not impossible the original designer made some other slight adjustments…
My old eyes on the scaling
I'm Long overdue a visit to Specsavers™
Not sure why you ruled out Adobe Garamond, as, as far as my old eyes can tell, that's what it is. I think there is just some hinky scaling applied to the 'GOD' part of the text…
A bit more info would be helpful. What apps are you having problems with (Illustrator, Word, Inkscape?)? Is this on Mac OS (as it appears to be) or some other OS? Whatever you use, have you checked that the kerning and/or tracking haven't been set to something odd, which could cause the spacing to be off?
"The fonts don't have an * next to them but are still not recognising them when I import a document."
Can you select and use the fonts in question in a new document in Illustrator? (Are they showing up in the fonts menu in Illustrator and other apps and can you use them?)
If so, have you tried selecting the effected text, changing it to a different font, then changing it back to the original?
It's a cut of this, but is too distorted and faint to tell which
Looks like Bank Gothic to me, but a cell Phone pic of a screen isn't the best starting point for an ID…
pretty sure tat's this, with the drop shadow edited out…
Obviously they will need to be installed on the New mac to appear correctly. I find you sometimes need to relaunch Illustrator (CS2-6) to get it to recognise fonts after installing them.
The * next to the font indicates it's not installed or not recognised as being installed.
Have you migrated all your fonts from your old mac to the new one?
How are you managing fonts (Font book, or some third party software?)
Some similar here. Perhaps the full set are from the full family, here…
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