What font formats do you provide?

In our typeface download page you get access to both .otf (poscript opentype) and .ttf (truetype opentype) versions of the tytpeface.

They are virtually identical for most basic uses and both contain any opentype feature enclosed in the typeface. We sometimes offer non-opentype ttf versions, labelled "compatibility packs" (only useful if you're using very old operative systems or software).

For webfont license we provide a basic webpack containing ttf, woff, svg and eot. We are in the process of discontinuing svg format and to implement woff2. Please notice that you're allowed to use tools online like fontsquirrel.com to optimize and convert our font files to webfont formats.

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