Ah, you see how if you right click over the "English" link, it says a load of stuff about Zoom In, and Macromedia Flash Player 9, unfortunately when you see that it usually means the site (or at least the part you want to see) is in Flash, so I don't think there's a way to get in and see the files.Souljas said:
Hmm, I don't think it's Arial, because the "G" is really round in Arial. Myriad looks close to me, but I'm not 100% sure, it's a bit more elongated. Close though.apfhex said:Don't think you can find out what font's in a Flash file, but on that site it looks like something very plain like Arial.
Good idea, I'm so used to people just including raster images in flash documents...WildCowboy said:I zoomed in on the text, took a screenshot and uploaded it to WhatThe Font.
I was just guessing at that small size. Didn't look like Myriad to me, but actually it's kind of distorted so it doesn't make a perfect match with any of the aforementioned typefaces. If you zoom in it looks to be just about any of them. But indeed, any plain sans-serif would produce a similar effect.Lau said:Hmm, I don't think it's Arial, because the "G" is really round in Arial. Myriad looks close to me, but I'm not 100% sure, it's a bit more elongated. Close though.
Having said that, any simple font like Arial would get a pretty similar effect at that size if you haven't got Myriad.