Post # 1
A popular font around here has been Scriptina, although a few comments have been made as to spacing issues and the loops within the letters not looking right. I actually ruled out using it on my Save the Date cards because one of the gaps is between the letters in my name, as seen here:
Released on DaFont is Scriptina Pro. There is a blurb as to why they have decided to give this font out for free – but basically the spacing issues have been solved and some alternates are given without swirls in case two letters don’t look right together in your design. With the new font, my name appears as:
Both of the above names are in 48 point font for reference.
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Now can any of you explain to me how to turn the glyphs on and off and change this in Open Type? Is that feature only available in Adobe programs? 🙂
Post # 6
To get the glyphs I think you need to use InDesign or Illustrator. You can also get to them in Photoshop, but it is very tedious and annoying. There is a glyph palette in those programs. On the Mac OS you can open the character palette and choose alternates (it is very tedious this way and I don’t think you can see all the glyphs).
Post # 7
Question…what programs will these fonts work with? MS Office or no? I’ve downloaded 2 but I can’t find them.