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Identify font I used on old project?

DhouseDhouse Member Posts: 61
Is there someway to identify a font I used on an old project? I clicked on it in the Layers menu and thought that it might give me the name, but it didn't. :/

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  • Crazy_Mr_ZingCrazy_Mr_Zing Member Posts: 3,359
    Sometime through further editing the font labelling is lost

    some user keep a record of the fonts they used in the note windows or keep a copy of the label font layers either hidden and locked or on a new page for safe keeping

    if the font shape is still original you maybe able to add black fill and export to png then use on of the online font identifying tool to determine the font
    I never have much luck with those though
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  • MeFlickMeFlick Member Posts: 9,152
    If you rename the layer, then that information is lost. Did you have. Ore than one layer? If so, if you click on the layer, then check to see if there are “sub layers” of that layer, sometimes it will be shown on a sub layer name.  If not, then there is no way unless you listed it somewhere in the project like notes.
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  • TAMinatorTAMinator Member Posts: 2,928
    If you post an image, someone might recognize it.
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