If you select a Desktop license, an OpenType CFF
file is provided for each purchased font. Installation of .otf files is very straightforward: simply open the file and click install (or manually place the file inside your system's Fonts folder).
Selecting a Web license provides you with a Web Open Font Format (WOFF)
and an Embedded OpenType
font file for each purchased font. Together you will get a .css
file including the necessary @font-face css rules that will allow you to use these files on your website's stylesheet. Look here
for more information on how to use your web fonts.
If you select a Screen license we will provide you with a TrueType (OpenType TT)
font file for each purchased font. Installation of a .ttf file is also very simple and straightforward: just open the file and click install (or manually place the file inside your system's Fonts folder).
“Why don't you provide .svg web fonts?”, you might ask.
Well, low browser compatibility and the fact that it is considered a deprecated font format are the main reasons (have a look here
). In other words, we like to look forward rather than backwards (the decision to provide .eot files was a hard one too - hopefully soon, there will be no need for .eot files either...)
All fonts support the Latin Plus character set – developed by Underware (underware.nl
) – plus Greek (of course). You can read more about it (list of characters, supported languages, etc.) @ underware.nl/latin_plus