To view non installed TTC, TTF Fonts in FontView-OK is not magic required or a hogwarts font magic training:
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FontView-OK supports *.fon, *.ttf, *.ttc, *.fot, *.otf, *.mmm, *.pfb, *.pfm PostScript, OpenType and TrueType font file.
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TTF versus OTF true-type fonts can be adjusted to any size and remain legible. They can be used with all printers and other devices for output. In Windows will be. OpenType fonts (similar to TrueType fonts) are supported. However, they have an extended basic character set (small caps, numbers, more complex shapes, glyphs, ligatures). Like TTF, the OTF (Open Type fonts) are readable in all font sizes and can be sent to any printer or other output device supported by Windows. No matter if the new Windows 10 / 8.1, or the old Windows 7.
The TTF format files refer to the basic set of Windows TrueType fonts. With the advent of the latest versions of Mac OS X is now available on both the world's dominant operating systems. Apple changed the format of True-Type to a more flexible standard and successfully introduce it into the new operating system. Truetype standard involves the use of a single file to describe a font that contains all the necessary information for the representation, or the drawing of the writing on the screen, or when printing on the paper. For example, compared to the truetype, for example, some older typographic fonts, such as Postscript Type 1, developed by Adobe Systems, have a much more complex processing by a computer
FAQ 3: Updated on: 20 February 2019 22:53