Have you ever wondered what would be the correct font format for your usage? Here is a brief explanation of the different font formats TrueType, PostScript and OpenType. PostScript – Professional Desktop Publishing PostScript Type1 is the traditional font format for desktop publishing (DTP) applications such as Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, or QuarkXPress. There are separate versions for Mac OSX and Windows computers – please select the operating system on which you … [Read more...] about TrueType, PostScript or OpenType?
Digital fonts are software in the strict sense. By purchasing a font you get the right to use this font, but you will not become the owner. The purchase of a font package allows the use of the font on one computer, i.e. 1 CPU. If you want to use the font on several computers, you need a multi-license, please contact us by email. The purchase of a font does not entitle the user to transfer the font (for example, to the printing company) or to make a backup copy. When you … [Read more...] about Legal font usage and licensing terms