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How do I find out what fonts are used in a document/picture?

I wonder what font is used in this article ?
I've used WhatTheFont but can't find the result.
And Fond Finder tells me that it's Trump Mediaeval, but they are slightly different.(If you look at m.)

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marked as duplicate by Loop Space, Jake, Marco Daniel, Werner, percusse Aug 22 '12 at 2:57

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The used fonts can be displayed e.g. using pdffonts:

$ pdffonts schmidt.pdf 
name                                 type              emb sub uni object ID
------------------------------------ ----------------- --- --- --- ---------
SKGHXE+URWPalladioL-Roma             Type 1            yes yes no      32  0
RGGMAD+CMSS10                        Type 1            yes yes no      36  0
SRMKXJ+CMTT12                        Type 1            yes yes no      40  0
MEAKIS+URWPalladioL-Bold             Type 1            yes yes no      43  0
XMXATW+URWPalladioL-Roma-Slant_167   Type 1            yes yes no      46  0
YMJOFK+URWPalladioL-Ital             Type 1            yes yes no      49  0
YYGKBG+TeXPalladioL-SC               Type 1            yes yes no      52  0
LTFGIL+URWPalladioL-BoldItal         Type 1            yes yes no      62  0
FFQSQZ+CMR12                         Type 1            yes yes no      66  0
WYBEJZ+CMSS12                        Type 1            yes yes no      69  0
VNYREA+PazoMath-Italic               Type 1            yes yes no     103  0

It looks to me it uses the mathpazo package/font.

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the pdffonts command really helps! – FloydChen May 20 '11 at 17:30

It's Palatino, actually URW Palladio; the math fonts are from MathPaZo.

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ouch, you beat me by 30 seconds. =) – Paulo Cereda May 19 '11 at 18:11
@Paulo: I've published a paper for PracTeX. :) – egreg May 19 '11 at 18:17
Me too, but I don't recall the fonts :-) – Martin Scharrer May 19 '11 at 18:31
@Martin: oh, I owe you guys a drink. =) – Paulo Cereda May 19 '11 at 18:51

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