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Hello, I'm currently wondering what kind of font this is. Possibly found in paint.net. I had a few scrolls through the font list there, I couldn't find anything that matched the text here. I made it a few years ago but dont remember the font type. It is likely from paint.net, if anyone is more experienced with the vanilla selection of font there that might be the place to start. Other then that it would've come from one of the top logo/font creation sites but I doubt it as I would've probably found the download by now if I still possessed it.

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Hello @Jayplaygame and Welcome :)

 

Paint.net uses the Windows Fonts.  I did a little research and found these online:

 

https://www.1001freefonts.com/dotted-fonts.php

 

You will need to download the one you want and then put it into the Windows Font Folder on your computer. Then it will be available when you open PDN

 

Good Luck  :D

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The problem with "LED" fonts, which that looks like a typical example, is there are, as ^ says a huge number which look pretty much the same. You can find one 'identical' but if you look closer instead of square individual LED elements it uses diamond or circular ones. In the example provided they look circular but are the individual LED elements in straight lines actually connected together by a bar or not? 

 

Unless it is another reproduction issue the lower case "a" and "g" are quite unusual. Looking at them closely there is a faint hint of a second 'LED' to the left at the bottom of both the "a" and "g". So, again, if that has not been reproduced correctly there may be other elements like that too.

 

All this means that anyone here being able to correctly identify the font from that example is, if not impossible, most unlikely. 

 

But, assuming the copy/reproduction issues here are just that,..............................................slap me with a kipper I think I may have found it (literally took 30 seconds):-

 

Bazaronite by Dale Harris

 

https://www.1001fonts.com/bazaronite-font.html

 

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On 10/18/2019 at 12:58 AM, IHaveNoName said:

The problem with "LED" fonts, which that looks like a typical example, is there are, as ^ says a huge number which look pretty much the same. You can find one 'identical' but if you look closer instead of square individual LED elements it uses diamond or circular ones. In the example provided they look circular but are the individual LED elements in straight lines actually connected together by a bar or not? 

 

Unless it is another reproduction issue the lower case "a" and "g" are quite unusual. Looking at them closely there is a feint hint of a second 'LED' to the left at the bottom of both the "a" and "g". So, again, if that has not been reproduced correctly there may be other elements like that too.

 

All this means that anyone here being able to correctly identify the font from that example is, if not impossible, most unlikely. 

 

But, assuming the copy/reproduction issues here are just that,..............................................slap me with a kipper I think I may have found it (literally took 30 seconds):-

 

Bazaronite by Dale Harris

 

https://www.1001fonts.com/bazaronite-font.html

 

Thank you for that. Very helpful, yes judging by the uppercase style difference it would appear this is precisely what I was looking for. I'm fairly certain now that this font came from cooltext.com a few years back.

 

https://cooltext.com/Download-Font-Bazaronite

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