MacOS


Mac OS is the interface-based operating systems developed by Apple Inc. for their Macintosh line of computer systems.

In order to use Arabic fonts, you need to use special versions of InDesign, PhotoShop or Illustrator. These versions are labeled ME (Middle Eastern) and support bi-directional text setting for Arabic, Farsi and Hebrew. The regular version of Adobe CS3 doesnʼt support Arabic text setting.
PostScript or Type 1 fonts were developed by Adobe in 1985 for use with their PostScript printers. Initially, this font technology was available only from Adobe.
Briefly, OpenType is a font format jointly developed by Adobe and Microsoft in the late 1990ʼs. It came into wider use only after 2000, when Adobe included support for advanced typographic features in their InDesign, PhotoShop, and Illustrator applications.
We offer fonts primarily in OpenType format. OpenType is the only cross-platform format, i.e. the same file will work on both Macintosh and Windows computers.
If you have a problem with Typotheque fonts, try restarting your computer first. We do test our fonts rigorously, so chances are that there is a problem with font installation. If you are using a font manager and the font still doesnʼt work, try installing directly to the system instead.
If you have successfully unpacked and installed the fonts, but the fonts are still not available, try the following tips:
1. Close all open applications before installing fonts.
Typotheque Windows font files (PC PostScript and PC TrueType) and OpenType fonts are zip file archives. Zip file archives have a file extension of .zip. Recent versions of Windows (XP and later) can unpack zip file archives and self-extracting zip files when you right click on the file and select Extract.
Downloaded fonts are not returnable. If a font is defective and you notify us within 30 days, we will provide a replacement.