These two caught my eye, just because http://www.dafont.com/search.php?q=anke
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That is too funny, Susan!!
Looks like you found it!Quote Originally Posted by anke View Post
I would like to know the font for the word "caramel", Esther?
Anke, I am pretty sure the font for the word "caramel" is CK Cursive.... here you go.....
The weirdest thing. When Kathie first posted that link there was a large download button which I clicked. I am usually very careful but this time they must have gotten me. That button led to a download of what seemed to be a specific program to download that particular font. I must have been brain dead that day, but I clicked on it and that's when all the trouble began for my poor laptop. That search program attached itself to my browsers and made my computer freeze (I think it was called Gioio or something like that) Anyway I did a scan, got it in quarantine and deleted it, but the trouble continues.... according to my Sophos it deleted all the remaining files as well, but something happened that hasn't been fixed. Long story short, I am taking the laptop in this morning. I am curious to see if that is what the problem is.
I just noticed that the large download button is gone when I click on the link now, so somebody must have advised FP of the problem. So, all of you, be very careful what you click on!!!
Oh no! That sucks, Anke! It is spooky that the internet is full of this sort of thing.
Your are full of clever, Susan!!
So fun for anke . . . but, so sorry that trouble followed. I know that I am not a careful and cautious clicker. Thanks for the warning to think before clicking and downloading.
I browse using firefox with AdblockPlus installed. That helps cut down the distracting Ads and phoney links.