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font please ?

12/09/2012 à 14:58

font please ?

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Kingköng  Suggérée par frd 

12/09/2012 à 15:00

Does this one qualify as "fuzzy" "Out of focus" "not very readable" or whatever terms we are using? I'm not sure, I know I can't tell what the second letter is... but I've old eyes. LOL

12/09/2012 à 15:01

It's not out of focus, it just has this fuzzy shadow and all that.

12/09/2012 à 19:23

Jackie, just to make sure, we've added a few days ago an example of what qualifies as "Fuzzy Images", it can be seen just above the main page of the forum as "Instructions" if you want to check it out It's mainly enlarged images actually, this one doesn't qualify.

Police identifiée : Kingköng

Édité 2 fois. Dernière édition le 12/09/2012 à 19:59 par drf_

12/09/2012 à 19:41

That fantastic, because myself was confused about what was considered fuzzy or not...

12/09/2012 à 19:51

12/09/2012 à 19:53

New avatar for SashiX...

12/09/2012 à 19:53

12/09/2012 à 20:00

Cool site, not so cool avatar...

12/09/2012 à 22:24

Funny Fred - I have seen the instructions, and honestly - the "fuzzy" example is clearer to me than this one ever will be. Even after I saw your KingKong and looked in - I still didn't recognize the second letter until I looked to see what you inserted as the text. Maybe I'm just a fan of easy to read typefaces that get the message across.

I've had one here already that ID'd because one glance I knew what it was - only to find someone later disqualified the thread as "fuzzy..." Poor guy, I hope he got the answer first - because I didn't really find it fuzzy - it is always so simple when you recognize the font no matter what it's been through... (and you know how some of these amateurs on computer had handled typefaces in the past.... ROFL)

12/09/2012 à 22:28

Dura lex, sed lex Yes, sometimes we could recognize a font, even on an enlarged image, but still, we're trying to make the users post better images

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