Latest from the WhatFontIsHelp your fellow font-seekers if you think you can recognize the font. Earn some good karma by doing it:-)Yet sometimes the images are very complex, so other users need a bit of help.If you recognize the font from the samples posted here don't be shy and help a fellow designer.Thousands of designers (famous or not) use the image font detection system to find a font or similar free fonts from an image. Although we have the largest database of fonts, the search for a font from an image gets mixed results like the image above.
You can change the font used for a text object under the Object Data properties panel.Here you can specify different fonts for standard, bold, and italics; as well as various other typesetting parameters. You can also define a set of objects as a custom font by naming them something like fontNamea, fontNameb, etc. And use fontName as the Object Font.In order to find fonts easily I have bookmarked my system's fonts folder ( C:WindowsFonts on Windows, /Library/Fonts on macOS) in Blender's file browser so I can quickly add new fonts.
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Note: as Chebhou explains you can also set the default directory for when browsing for fonts in the user preferences.Note that as of Blender 2.76, you the file browser's thumbnail display mode now works for previewing fonts.