Huh, interesting - have been using TTF's for years without any problems, should I be worried?
Fonts were problems in the past... New rips new workflows do not cause anymore font problems... And also there Convert to Outlines.....
ive never had issues with ttf or otf
I've had issues witth TTFs, namely Suitcase crashes after a MS Office install.
When I launch Excel, my computer slows down as if it had landed in treacle, only because I switched off all those boring MS fonts...
But I guess that's off-topic, so I'll just say that the more OTs you can lay your hands on, the less problems you'll have whether you've never had any or not...
i haven't had any issues with TTF, but i guess if you did have an issue and truly needed that exact font you could convert it Fontographer... or similar.
just furthering the discussion..
or transtype ... http://www.fontlab.com/font-converter/transtype/
I had no idea ... thank you for sharing
maybe OTF is better
ive never had issues with ttf except the occasional corruption. I am seeing a huge leap in OTF usage these days. maybe because its also easier to jump OTFs into a browser vs ttf's which you cant.
I don't think so, OpenType system offers more glyphs but no more quality
A font with Opentype features offer more glyphs.
A font can be truetype with opentype features or opentype cff with opentype features.
The number of the glyphs is the same.
IMHO opentype cff fonts are better to print and TTF fonts are better to screen (internet).
That was great