BL : Prices & Order


 

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Latin
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Latin 1, Latin A
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Symbols

Punctuation, Symbols, Currency
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Mathematical Operators & Symbols
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OpenTyp Features

Tabular figures are all of equal width. They are only needed when the figures must all line up from one line to the next, as in a table. Proportional figures have varying widths, just like most letters; each number has a width appropriate to its design. Lining figures are all the same height, usually similar to that of capital letters. They are needed for use with all-capital settings.

Tabular Lining Figures [TNUM/LNUM] and Proportional Lining Fig. [PNUM/LNUM]
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Substitutes all figures and lowercase letters (if present) with their superior letterforms.

Superscript / Superiors [SUPS] Subscript/Inferior [SINF]
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Turns on fractions and lets you build every fraction.

Fractions [FRAC]
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This feature will activate arrows as alternative glyphs of the glyphs greater and less, which can be activated by turning on 'Stylistic Alternates' in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, or on the other hand by selecting 'Titling Alternates' or 'Stylistic Set 1' in InDesign.

Stilistic Alternates [SALT]
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This feature substitutes a glyph or a combination of glyphs by capitalising.

Contextual Alternates [CALT]
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