Our font of the month, Adios Script, exemplifies OpenType functionality.
From visual examples to the dynamic calculators, The Typography Manual gives all the information you need to understand the terminology of fonts and type, going above and beyond just the basics.
How do unusual font families work? It's simple: each part is actually a separate font, designed to match up perfectly if you stack two or more text containers on top of each other. If you want a unique look for your brochure, poster, or Web site, here are a couple of ways to accomplish it.
The new font utility from FontGear matches fonts within images.
Linotype and Monotype Imaging have announced Linotype FontExplorer X Server is now available to customers online.
Universal Type Server 2.0 now supports Open Directory and Active Directory and other key improvements.
What happens when you find a bunch of old floppy disks and you haven't had a drive in years? Jackie Dove found out when she uncovered some old fonts stored on floppy disk.
FontExplorer X Pro 2.0.1 is an advanced, feature-complete font-management tool. It's as if the developers asked hundreds of designers and prepress professionals what they wanted, and then delivered everything on the list.
PopChar X, the special character search and insertion tool, now lets you find special characters in specific fonts.
Suitcase Fusion 2 13.1 now supports Tiger.