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    Okay.. I have a pat on the back for anyone that can help me locate the font used in the splash page of http://www.2advanced.com - I have a client that is interested in it, and for the life of me, I can not seem to locate it.

    Any takers on this one?
    Thanks guys ans gals.

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    try

    garamond
    georgia
    tahoma
    verdana

    looks like the text is stretched horizontally at bit, I'm sure you can figure that part out

    hope that helps

    ketchup

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    I'm pretty sure that it is Bank Gothic, I think that is what Eric Jordan usually uses.

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    Originally posted by Eyenovation
    splash page of http://www.2advanced.com
    I can see at least 3 fonts there - which one u talking about? Its not Bank Gothic

    The small one is Sevenet 7 I...

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    Rugby, I think we have been over the issue of the small font on there before, it's the same one he uses in the actual Flash site...

    IFMP emailed him and asked him...

    his reply...

    Bank Gothic LT

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    Sorry - I should have been more specific. I meant the small font. It seems to do well at very small sizes, which seems to be the trend these days.

    Thanks to all of you!

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