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Could anybody let me know what font(s) is used on button images?

I am interested in OCP translation but I would like to continue consistency with current buttons. Also, is there any package with source images without fonts (or separated by layers)?
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Try The Theme Pack which is in PSD format.

When you load it up in Photoshop it may warn you that you don't have the EXACT font used, but it will offer to choose the closest match. Which should allow you to get a 'uniformity' in fonts when you do the conversion.

There are also 'blank' buttons on which you can add your text.

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Thank you Fletch.

I am going to work on it. However, I use Gimp instead Photoshop, it is a GPL  software ;)
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It's a commercial font called Kabel.


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