1. Installing the fonts
To install the .otf fonts on MacOsX, drag and drop the unzipped fonts into Macintosh HD/Library/Fonts, or use a font management application. See more information here.
To install the fonts on Windows double-click on a unzipped font to open the font preview and select 'Install’. See more information here.
Our web fonts are provided in two formats: .woff and .eot. To load a font on your webpage, use the @font-face rule on your stylesheet. The rule instructs the browser to download the font from where it is hosted and display it as specified in the CSS. See more information here.
Our Typefaces may be improved or expanded, and possible problems fixed. Any update for the fonts you have purchased will appear on your personal account page.
The entire payment process for our licences is made through Paypal. With Paypal you can easily an safely pay by credit card even if you don’t have a Paypal account. We don’t have access to any of your credit card information. See more information about Paypal here.
5. Fonts are looking problematic
If your fonts appear garbled or fonts won’t empty from trash, it means you probably have problems with your caches, and should clean them. Click here to know how to clean your font caches and discover best practices to avoid problems.