What do you think these typefaces are? the sans looks like Meta, not sure about the serif..
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Title: FF Meta
Text: FF Scala
I got a message that said I shouldn’t post links to myfonts for FontFonts because they don’t sell them.
I don’t like linking to Fontshop though, because you can’t link directly to the font and the display quality of fonts on the site isn’t all that great.
>I don’t like linking to Fontshop though, because you can’t link directly to the font and the display quality of fonts on the site isn’t all that great.
Me, as a german, always get a redirect to fontshop.de, if i click on a fontshop.com-link (s. coles hyperlinks, normally) – this is not user-friendly, this is rubbish.
BTW. I've heard they're doing a new, better fontshop.de site a long time ago. Come on, where is it?
You can link directly to fonts at Fontshop, and you can even set type and point size for your links. See here for 'Student Centers' in Meta Bold and here for 'Student centers' in Scala.
Linking to FontShop isn't new, but they've just changed it so that when you 'Generate Sample' for custom text, a link appears under it that says 'Link to this Custom Text.'
Jan - As Stephen alludes, FontShop.com is the more current and advanced site for FontFonts. Linking is indeed a small problem for Germans as FontShop Germany has its own site at FontShop.de and you'll be redirected to it on the first click. After clicking the link a second time you should land on the FontShop.com page.