font styles


Font styles are related fonts which comprise a font family. They may differ in weight, width or slope.

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A thorough look at the history and development of large type families across the 20th century.
Essays · 29 November 2004 · English · 4197 words

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Fedra Sans was released in 2001. Later, when Adobe Creative Suite was released, Adobe engineers decided that all fonts with the style names Regular, Roman, Book, Normal and Upright would be treated as equivalent styles. Our fonts already had 5 weights: Light, Book, Normal, Medium and Bold.
Fedra Sans was released in 2001. Later, when the Adobe Creative Suite was released, Adobe engineers decided that all fonts with the style names Regular, Roman, Book, Normal and Upright would be treated as equivalent styles. Our fonts already had 5 weights: Light, Book, Normal, Medium and Bold.
Because most Typotheque fonts come in more than four styles, they donʼt support style linking in the way that Arial or Verdana does. Arial consists of four styles, and clicking on the B icon in your typesetting application changes the font to Bold style.