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    Desire (CBdO Fonts)


    About this font family

    With over years of design and development, Desire is a pursuit of epic proportions and ready to make a statement by adding elegance and unique flair to your next design project.

    Cultivated by his passion of letters, Charles Borges de Oliveira has developed of his largest typefaces to date. Featuring 644 alternate letters, 98 ligatures, 8 flourishes and 6 catchwords, Desire offers an expansive set of options to create logos, headlines and titling. It is well suited for book covers, editorial, packaging, advertising, branding and more. From period style and Victorian to modern and elegant, Desire is strong and stately yet elegant and decorous. Some of the alternate uppercase forms feature delicate line flourishes creating a subtle background for additional letters to rest – the result is an intertwining and beautifully flourished design. Unique ligatures go beyond function and add eye catching flair and style.

    You'll enjoy experimenting with the different flourishes and styles. It’s a different font every time you use it.

    Desire is truly a designer’s dream come true!

    Designers: Charles Borges de Oliveira
    Design date: 2013
    Publisher: CBdO Fonts

    Info:
    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/charlesborges/desire/

    Webfont Rip, 981 glyphs

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    Last edited by diegoik; 11-10-2013 at 04:51 AM. Reason: Changed Title and added info


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    What is a RIP?

    Please explain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curious View Post
    Please explain.
    A rip is the operation of 1) grabbing raw files (.WOFF files, which are compressed OTF fonts for web usage) from various sources (myfonts, fontspring, fontdeck, typekit etc.), 2) then converting them to OTF (using Fontforge or nycionx batch files), 3) then renaming the core files (using any font editor like Fontlab's o n e s).

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    Red face I get it. Thank You

    Quote Originally Posted by swit View Post
    A rip is the operation of 1) grabbing raw files (.WOFF files, which are compressed OTF fonts for web usage) from various sources (myfonts, fontspring, fontdeck, typekit etc.), 2) then converting them to OTF (using Fontforge or nycionx batch files), 3) then renaming the core files (using any font editor like Fontlab's o n e s).

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    But the font above (desire) does not contain the glyphs or the OTF ligatures. Why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curious View Post
    But the font above (desire) does not contain the glyphs or the OTF ligatures. Why is that?
    That version contains exactly the same number of glyphs (1015) than the rip i made and posted yesterday (http://www.printroot.com/forum/f24/nu-hot-cbdo-desire-2013-wf-complete-glyphs-32502/), so i presume diegoik has ripped it from MF too ;) Both includes complete glyphs, so you have to look at the version of the software you are using (is it supporting alternative or ornaments ?), please refer to this table : https://www.typotheque.com/fonts/opentype_feature_support/

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    I'm using Adobe Photoshop

    Quote Originally Posted by swit View Post
    That version contains exactly the same number of glyphs (1015) than the rip i made and posted yesterday (http://www.printroot.com/forum/f24/nu-hot-cbdo-desire-2013-wf-complete-glyphs-32502/), so i presume diegoik has ripped it from MF too ;) Both includes complete glyphs, so you have to look at the version of the software you are using (is it supporting alternative or ornaments ?), please refer to this table : https://www.typotheque.com/fonts/opentype_feature_support/

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    How do I access the swashes and ligatures via Adobe PS?

    Thank you. That was most informative. I didn't know there's a software specialization devoted solely to font technologies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curious View Post
    How do I access the swashes and ligatures via Adobe PS?

    Thank you. That was most informative. I didn't know there's a software specialization devoted solely to font technologies.
    PS is not ideal when dealing with opentype features. Try : Character > options (at right top) then you get some options you can tick.

    Easier into Illustrator : Type > glyphs (http://layersmagazine.com/using-the-glyphs-panel-in-illustrator.html)

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    Talking Thank you. I now saw the glyphs.

    Quote Originally Posted by swit View Post
    PS is not ideal when dealing with opentype features. Try : Character > options (at right top) then you get some options you can tick.

    Easier into Illustrator : Type > glyphs (http://layersmagazine.com/using-the-glyphs-panel-in-illustrator.html)

    Swit.
    I'm used to OTF fonts whose ligatures and swashes could easily be seen from Adobe PS character box/menu.

    Bonus question (since you seem to be the font software expert): How do I view the glyphs of this http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/dootype/encorpada-pro/black-italic/glyphs.html?render=webfont

    in a demo tool like this: http://www.fontspring.com/fonts/dootype/encorpada-pro


    Thank you thank you thank you, dear font-guru / font-lord.

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    I'm not a font expert, just a poor l o n esome type lover ;)

    I'n not sure to understand your question... At Fontspring, simply click on "glyph map" tab to see glyphs. Note that FS does not always provide complete glyphs. At least, webfonts there are always incomplete and minimal.

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    nice

    where i can find more information about this kind of fonts?

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    Does the eminent "l-o-n-e-s-o-m-e type lover" happen to have

    Quote Originally Posted by swit View Post
    I'm not a font expert, just a poor l o n esome type lover ;)
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    the Encorpada Pro Black Italic?
    With the Capital Letters alternative italic glyphs?


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    Set feature for a wf-rip ?

    How can I set feature for a wf-rip ?
    Kerning ? Ligatures ? Alter ?...

    Thanks in advanced !

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    You could upload it otf?

    Sorry, I had not seen that was already uploaded ....
    Thank you ...
    Last edited by loskives1; 11-04-2013 at 06:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loskives1 View Post
    You could upload it otf?

    Sorry, I had not seen that was already uploaded ....
    Thank you ...
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