Std fonts


Standard fonts (Std) are the standard type of OpenType font available from Typotheque (as opposed to OpenType Pro which offer additional support for non-Latin-based languages).

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From now on, Typotheque cease to use Std/Pro font suffixes, and instead proposes to use standartised suffixes that identify language support in fonts.
18 April 2019
Irma Text is ideal for the formal requirements of contemporary publishing or giving a unique voice to brand identity projects. Irma is a versatile family of fonts, offering a complete palette of typographic choices.
14 September 2011

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Just go to Glyphs, on the font presentation page.
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 previously purchased a licence for an Extended Latin font (support for Latin-based languages only) and now need the Extended Latin / Cyrillic / Greek version (support also for Greek, Greek polytonic, Cyrillic and Vietnamese), you can upgrade your licence.

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How to choose different styles of numerals in applications which support advanced OpenType typographic layout features.