News: Tagged as Comp Fonts
Comp Fonts now included in Web FontFonts
Once again FontFont is leading the charge in webfont technology and making the lives of designers much easier! It’s now even simpler to integrate great typefaces like FF Meta Web, FF DIN Web, or the new FF Sero Web in all phases of website creation. We know that during the design process it may be necessary to create page layouts of the proposed design using applications that don’t support WOFF/EOT fonts (e.g. Adobe Photoshop or InDesign). Therefore, Web FontFont archives now contain corresponding TrueType-flavored OpenType fonts for the offline design phase. As reflected in the amended EULA, these Comp fonts may only be used for this specific purpose.
1.300+ Web FontFonts are already available. Browse them here.
Comp fonts can be used with desktop publishing apps like Adobe Photoshop
Safari 5.1 Gets Support for WOFF
Not only can we celebrate the launch of our Comp fonts, but we can also cheer the current release of WOFF-supporting Safari 5.1. Safari is the latest major browser, joining Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Opera to support the common webfont format WOFF, giving Web FontFonts a browser compatibility rate of more than 95% (according to NetMarketShare), without relying on any third party service!
Improved Web FontFonts
Additionally, Web FontFonts have been improved to ensure that you end up with a smaller file size (up tp 60%), additional optimization for new versions of Microsoft Windows and improved vertical metrics for consistent baseline positions in all browsers. Most Web FontFont files even allow you to choose between proportional oldstyle figures and tabular lining figures using Subsetter. If you’ve already purchased Web FontFonts and would like to enjoy these enhancements, then please login to your account and download the upgraded files at no additional cost. If you haven’t purchased any of our webfonts yet, just try one of the fonts which are available for free for a limited time from our Goodies page.permalink