Which Flavor of OpenType Is Best?

April 20th, 2011

Lot’s of lively comments on this one…

Q. What’s the difference between the TTF and CFF OpenType formats?

A. OpenType fonts come in two flavors with two different extensions: CFF, which usually has the extension .otf (often referred to as PostScript Type1); and TTF with the extension .ttf (usually referred to as TrueType). The format depends on the kind of outline data it contains: PostScript or TrueType. Read on…

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