22 comments

  • Nick PfistererNick Pfisterer, 5 years ago

    I've been using this for about a year. It hasn't left my Chrome since. Super handy.

    4 points
  • Evan KnightEvan Knight, 5 years ago

    inspect element

    1 point
  • Tom DurkinTom Durkin, 5 years ago

    Damn, this is going to save me a lot of time. I usually use the inspector which is less than ideal. Thanks for sharing

    0 points
  • Surjith S MSurjith S M, 5 years ago

    Great tool but, The heading font of this page is 32px and the Extension shows 32.22222137451172px ?

    Bug?

    0 points
  • Julian LloydJulian Lloyd, 5 years ago

    Great tool

    It always shows font size/line height in pixels; it’d be great if a future version of WhatFont could show em/rem units too!

    0 points
  • Thibault MichelThibault Michel, 5 years ago

    Been using it forever. Definitely my most used Chrome plugin, it's just so nice to have.

    0 points
  • John CanelisJohn Canelis, 5 years ago

    Use this everyday. Love it.

    0 points
  • Catalin CimpanuCatalin Cimpanu, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    I've been using their browser bookmarklet for a long time now. Great tool

    0 points
  • jacob weberjacob weber, 5 years ago

    I use this all the time and yeah have had it as a staple in Chrome for about a year as well.

    0 points
  • Charlie PrattCharlie Pratt, 5 years ago

    AWESOME. Had no idea this was out there. Thanks.

    0 points
  • Mason LawlorMason Lawlor, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

    Firebug works fine for me. Invent a tool that can tell you what font is used in a jpg or png, and I will be amazed.

    0 points
    • Seah C-BSeah C-B, 5 years ago

      Here you go: http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/

      0 points
      • Christine ChaoChristine Chao, 5 years ago

        It's sad that WhatTheFont doesn't really work that well, a lot of the times when I try to use it, it failed to identify the font.

        0 points
        • Seah C-BSeah C-B, 5 years ago (edited 5 years ago )

          A lot of times it really depends on the quality of the image you put into it. If you're trying to identify a sans serif, you have to make sure it's a pretty high quality image. It also doesn't do a great job with connected scripts, unfortunately.

          If all else fails, there's always the WhatTheFont forums. The people who hang out there are amazingly good at identifying fonts. They're fast too.

          0 points