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    Favorite Font format

    Do you prefer Opentype CFF, Opentype TTF, Type 1, Truetype, etc.?
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    Always .otf if possible.
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    Opentype TTF as a preference
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    otf has the most features, go for that
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    OTF, of course, is most versatile. But TTF with opentype features is close, too.
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    OpenType with PostScript flavour for print, OpenType with TrueType flavour for screen!

    Note:
    TrueType flavoured OpenTypeFonts have the same file ending as normal TrueType Fonts (.ttf). PostScript flavoured OpenType Fonts have the file ending .otf. Use a fontmanager software like FontExpert to see the difference between normal TrueType and OpenType with TrueType Flavour.
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    OTF, of course.
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    I like Font Fomat OTF, TTF and they are popular too.
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    OT. I think it is more better than TT.
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    Font Format

    Opentype is the best font format.
    It’s cross-platform.
    In Apps such as InDesign and Illustrator opentype fonts have intelligent glyphs.
    No other type format has this.
    There are many other reasons to choose opentype.
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    hi, im just a newbie.

    how would i know if its an open type font?

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by artxty View Post
    hi, im just a newbie.

    how would i know if its an open type font?

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    if the file ends in .oft, it is an open type font.

    Some truetype fonts (.ttf) do have opentype features, however. I don't know of a way to know that beyond the foundry's product info, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hustle Kong View Post
    if the file ends in .oft, it is an open type font.

    you mean .otf – not .oft
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    opentype without a doubt never had any problems with it.
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    otf all the way.
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