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admin tim
January 7th, 2012, 05:53 PM
http://fount.artequalswork.com/

Have you ever wanted a particular font used on a website for yourself? A new app, called Fount, is here to help you identify these fonts, and it works like a charm!
After dragging the Fount button to your bookmarks bar as instructed, it sits there waiting for you to call it to action. Click the Fount button, then use the crosshair to click and identify any font on any webpage (except for text being used as a link, for some reason). It even tells you the size, style and character weight.
Now you can complete your collection of fonts, or figure out which fonts a website is using, and gain some style points at the same time.


Hmmmm - someone see if it will identify that Ripper Font that is listed somewhere in here.

Otherwise - can anyone find a use for this?