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    I noticed this font (see image) on Adobe's website. I found out it's called Myriad Pro Regular. I downloaded the same font but it's thicker than the one on the Adobe website. I tried playing with font-weight through CSS but of course it wouldn't allow me to go thinner, just thicker. Anyone have any idea how I can get mine as thin as the version on the website? I've used a couple different tools/asked on a few other forums and the font definitely is Myriad Pro Regular, which is definitely what I have.

    Here's the web page: http://www.adobe.com/products/fireworks/reviews.html
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    i wouldnt use the exact font. It will be a copyright infringement if you do
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    Quote Originally Posted by m3n0tu18, post: 221227
    i wouldnt use the exact font. It will be a copyright infringement if you do
    Nope - Myriad Pro Regular comes built in to Dreamweaver, but is also available as a free download.
    http://fontzone.net/font-details/MyriadPro-Regular/
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare, post: 221243
    Nope - Myriad Pro Regular comes built in to Dreamweaver, but is also available as a free download.
    http://fontzone.net/font-details/MyriadPro-Regular/
    I know that fontface is free, but the edit hes wanting to change is solely connected to adobe. i think
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    I think he just posted the link as an example of how he wants the font to look.
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