How do I install the fonts?
You will receive your files as a zipped folder.
To unzip the folder on a Windows® computer, right-click on the folder and select Extract All. A window will pop up showing the location where the unzipped folder will be placed. By default, this location is the same as the zipped folder, but can be changed if necessary. Click Extract.
To unzip the folder on a Mac® computer, double-click on the folder and it will be unzipped to the same location as the zipped folder.
Right click on the font file and select Install from the pop-up menu OR Double-click on the font file, and click on “Install” in the pop-up window OR Drag and drop the font files into C:WindowsFonts.
Double-click the font file and Font Book will launch with a window displaying the font. In the lower right corner of the window, click Install Font.
How to access the OTF features?
All special features in an Opentype font like stylistic alternates, ligatures, old-style figures, swashes, etc can be accessed by the OTF savvy programs such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop CC, InDesign, Corel Draw, Affinity Designer/Photo/Publisher, etc. Please go to their website for details, or you can read our short tutorial.
I DON’T HAVE A MAJOR SOFTWARE LIKE ADOBE, COREL DRAW OR AFFINITY TO ACCESS THE OTF FEATURES, WHAT CAN I DO?
Basically you can use our fonts in all text and graphic based programs which support standard font formats TTF and OTF. Nevertheless we cannot guarantee full usability of alternate characters or vector elements with software other than major Opentype savvy programs.
Fortunately, There an easy way to do this on Mac. Macintosh has a built-in application called TextEdit.
Open TextEdit, create new document (cmd+N) and hit cmd+T (or Format > Font > Show Fonts) to open the Font list dialogue. Choose the font, then at the top left corner of that dialogue, click on the Options drop-down menu (the little wheel icon) and select “Typography” to open the Typography palette.
You will see this panel
When selecting text in an OT font in your document you’ll see the Typography palette showing the full list of OpenType features available in that font. Copy any character and copy to preferred software.
If you using Windows and don’t have the programs that supported the OpenType font, You can access all special character by using the Windows Character Map (make sure to select the “Private Use Area” in the Unicode option) then you can see all characters appear in the Character Map’s panel. From there, you can easily copy and paste each character to your favorite software.
What is recommended software to access the Opentype font?
There are bunch of software that already supported the Opentype fonts, some apps/softwares that we recommend is Adobe : Illustrator, Photoshop CC, InDesign. Affinity : Designer, Photo, Publisher. Another great software is CorelDraw. You can find more by search on google for the opentype savvy program.