Typotheque fonts are Unicode compliant, so you need to enter your text correctly encoded. An easy way to find out if you have correctly encoded text is to copy-paste a sample of the text into Internet browser, for example into Google search.
Some old text documents working with Arabic or Indic languages use 8-bit encoding, which required to use proprietary fonts. Such fonts can only use 256 glyphs, which is not sufficient for correct rendering of Devanagari (or other 10 Indic writing scripts).
OpenType is a computer font format that was built on its predecessor TrueType, intended to supersede both the TrueType and the PostScript Type 1 font formats.
At Typotheque you can upgrade previously licensed fonts in other formats to OpenType. We will deduct the price of the fonts you have already paid for. For example, if you upgrade the PostScript version of Fedra Sans Book (for which you paid €60) to Fedra Sans Std Book (priced...
Typotheque fonts support hundreds of languages, however not every version of every font supports every language. We usually create bi-script font versions, supporting two language writing script, for example Devanagari and Latin, but upon request we can also group various writing scripts into single font file.