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Accessing OpenType Features

OpenType Feature Examples

OpenType CE Accented Characters

Accessing Ornaments and CE Accented Characters in OpenType

Classic Formats: PostScript Type1, TrueType and Format Conversions

Character Sets and OpenType Features
 

Font Upgrades   Sign-in to your account

Online Upgrade Form

Use this form to upgrade fonts:
- to a newer version,
- from Classic to OpenType format,
- or to upgrade to a larger portion of a family.
 

Macintosh
Font Installation Instructions
  Macintosh OSX
OpenType and Type1 Font Installation
("Native" for Carbon/Cocoa Applications)
 
Macintosh OS 8.x, OS 9.x and Classic
Classic OpenType and Type1 Font Installation
Requires ATM (Adobe Type Manager)
Download ATM Lite
 
Windows
Font Installation Instructions
  Windows 7
TrueType, PostScript, and OpenType Font Installation
 
Windows ME, 95, 98, NT, 2000 and XP
TrueType Font Installation
 
Windows 2000 and XP
OpenType and Type1 Font Installation
 
Windows 95, 98, ME and NT
OpenType and Type1 Font Installation
Requires ATM (Adobe Type Manager)
Download ATM Lite
 
Windows
TrueType Screen Display Settings
  Recommended Windows Settings for Best Screen Display of our TrueType Fonts:

Windows NT, 98 and 2000

Windows XP

Windows Vista
 

 
Windows NT, 98 and 2000 Screen Display Settings
Recommended Settings for Best Screen Display of our TrueType Fonts
 
Windows NT   1. Click Start, point to Settings, then click Control Panel.

2. Double-click Display.

3. On the Plus! Tab, click "Smooth Edges of Screen Fonts", and click OK.

4. You may also need to select "High Color" or "True Color" under Settings / Color Palette.
 

Windows 98 and 2000   1. Go into your Control Panel by first clicking on the Start Button.

2. Click on Settings, then click on the Control Panel icon.

3. Double click on the Display icon to open up the Display Properties window.

4. Click on the Effects tab located at the top of the screen.

5. Under the visual effects section, place a check mark next to "Smooth edges of screen fonts."

6. Click on the OK button to save your settings and exit the Display Properties window.

7. Close the Control Panel to return back to you Windows session.