Q: What font formats do you provide?

A: We offer fonts primarily in CFF-flavored OpenType format, which is a cross-platform format that will work on Mac and PC. For webpages we offer special webfonts. In some cases we also offer Office fonts, which are optimized for office applications.

Q: What is OpenType?

A: OpenType is a font format jointly developed by Adobe and Microsoft in the late 1990ʼs. OpenType fonts support Unicode, which means that a single OpenType font can contain a large number of glyphs. A single font could be used for setting texts in multiple languages. OpenType fonts are cross-platform; the same file can be used on Mac and PC, and OpenType fonts should behave consistently on both platforms.

Q: Which languages do you support?

A: Our fonts support all major languages using latin characters. You can find a detailed list and an complete overview on all the glyphs on the specific font page.

Q: What is the different between Basic and Expert fonts?

A: Fonts for installation on desktop computers are available as Basic or Expert version. OpenType Basic covers the Western and Central European character set and contains only one set of numerals (tabular). OpenType Expert covers the Western and Central European character set and contains various numerals and other OpenType-Features for advanced typographic performance. You can see the complete character set on the specific font page.

Q: Do you offer special Office packages?

A: Yes, we do offer special office packagaes optimized for on-screen reading and word processing in office environments. Please contact us.