How to buy the product (font/vector)?
Click add to cart button (in each products you want to buy). Click the cart icon/button on the corner (upper-right), then follow the further instruction. You do not need to register/login.
Can I share the files (fonts or vectors) that I downloaded to a friend, or distribute via download on a blog?
You are not allowed to share files you download to your friends or make available fonts/vectors for download on your site, you are required to share this website to purchase the fonts/vectors.
I am using a font/vector for a client project. Is it allowed to give the file/s to my clients?
You are not allowed to share the files to your clients, you can encourage them to purchase on this website.
How do I install the fonts on computer (Mac/PC)?
Double click the OTF or TTF file, then click “instal”. Restart the program which you want to use the font.
How can I access the additional glyphs (in particular fonts)?
Adobe Illustrator: Use the Glyphs panel (Window > Type > Glyphs) to view the glyphs in a font and insert specific glyphs in your document. By default, the Glyphs panel displays all the glyphs for the currently selected font. You can change the font by selecting a different font family and style at the bottom of the panel.
Adobe inDesign: Navigate to the menu bar at the top of the Workspace and select Window > Type & Tables > Glyphs.
Adobe Photoshop: To access the panel, select Type > Panels > Glyphs panel or Window > Glyphs.
To access all your fonts on Windows, you need to access a pre-installed program called Character Map. Once you have located the application, open it up and select the font you’d like to use. Next tick the checkbox that says “Advanced View”, and in the dropbox titled “Group By” choose “Private Use Characters”. Now you should see all the characters available within the chosen font. Copy and paste as per usual to the program of your choice.
If you have copied your font across and find three rectangular boxes in the place of your characters, don’t worry. Simply black these out and select the same font from the menu above.
To do on a Mac, you’ll need to install your fonts as you normally would using the FontBook application. Once the fonts you want installed are in the system, within the same FontBook application, follow the steps:
Go to the View menu located in top menubar of the application.
Click on Repertoire or you can alternately access this by using the shortcut Command+2 in the application to open this feature.
Select the font you’d like to use and then view a lot of characters included in your font. Once the repertoire feature was enabled, I was now able to see quite a few more neat characters and even little decorative symbols that are included in the fonts.
Prepare to use the character or symbol of your choice, by copying and pasting. Within the FontBook application, make sure to completely click and select the character you want to use. With the character selected, go to Edit > Copy. Then in the application, browser tab, or wherever on your computer you are trying to use it, press Command+V.