I couldn’t find that exact font, but here are some that are close, listed with the source:
I don’t tend to use dafont because I try to upload only free fonts with commercial licenses. Good luck.
Thanks and I don’t either I would rather purchase them <3
Also what are you using to search?
Sorry - no search app that I can share. I keep an Excel file of all fonts I upload so that I can note characteristics, source, and, most importantly, whether or not they come with a commercial use license. I have a column for sample text, which I can quickly replace with any phrase. I just selected from that and grabbed a screenshot. It’s very useful when planning projects.
That’s a really good idea. It would take ages to set it up but it would be great for reference purposes, especially as you get more and more fonts. I might start putting one of those together too.
You can save some time by pulling a font list and using that to start your speadsheet. Here’s the site I used for info. https://www.techwalla.com/articles/how-to-print-a-font-list
You could add new fonts with all of the info as you go and just add info for the older fonts as needed.
Thanks Pam, that will DEFINITELY help.