What are “Stylistic Sets?”

Stylistic sets are a feature that makes it easier to use a font’s alternate characters. Instead of leaving it to the user to manually replace every incidence of a character with a desired alternate — replacing a lowercase A with an alternate form, for example — typeface designers can add a stylistic set to a font that allows users to select an entire range of text, and apply this one kind of substitution. Best of all, stylistic sets can group related characters together, so that activating a font’s “alternate figure 3,” for example, will automatically apply to all forms of the 3 in the typeface, such as lining, tabular, and old-style figures, as well as numerators, denominators, pre-composed fractions, superscripts, and subscripts. Stylistic sets are a powerful but under-used feature!

Stylistic sets are available in webfonts through the Cloud.typography platform, and are supported in InDesign through the Type palette, where the OpenType submenu yields a Stylistic Sets sub-submenu. The following chart describes the sets you’ll find in all H&Co fonts, along with the set numbers that you’ll need to reference in InDesign.

Acropolis
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Straightened italic Treplacing the serpentine top stroke with a straight line
03Straightened italic Zeliminating both kinked horizontal strokes
Archer
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Straight-tailed Qreplacing the curved tail with a straight one
03Indicesreplacing the figures 0-9 with numbers in circles
04Larger bulletmatching the height of the lowercase
20Capital punctuationwith characters centered on the capitals, instead of the lowercase
Archer Heavyweights
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Straight-tailed Qreplacing the curved tail with a straight one
03Indicesreplacing the figures 0-9 with numbers in circles
04Larger bulletmatching the height of the lowercase
07Reverse Indicesreplacing the figures 0-9 with white numbers in black circles
20Capital punctuationwith characters centered on the capitals, instead of the lowercase
Archer ScreenSmart
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Straight-tailed Qreplacing the curved tail with a straight one
03Indicesreplacing the figures 0-9 with numbers in circles
04Larger bulletmatching the height of the lowercase
20Capital punctuationwith characters centered on the capitals, instead of the lowercase
Champion Gothic
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Chronicle Display
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Simplified percent signeliminating the stroke connecting the first zero to the slash
Chronicle Hairline
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Simplified percent signeliminating the stroke connecting the first zero to the slash
Chronicle Text
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Simplified percent signeliminating the stroke connecting the first zero to the slash
Chronicle ScreenSmart
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Simplified percent signeliminating the stroke connecting the first zero to the slash
Cyclone
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Unicase formssubstituting lowercase-style forms for the letters A, E, M, N, U and Y
03Short-tailed Qintersecting with, but not crossing, the center of the letter
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
Forza
01Joined “å” accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
02Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Forza ScreenSmart
01Joined “å” accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
02Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Giant
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Gotham
01Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
02Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
03Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
05Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
06Seriffed 1 in fractionswith baseline serifs on the numerator and denominator “1”
07Joined Greek Ξconnecting its strokes with a central vertical line
Gotham Narrow
01Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
02Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
03Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
05Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
06Seriffed 1 in fractionswith baseline serifs on the numerator and denominator “1”
07Joined Greek Ξconnecting its strokes with a central vertical line
Gotham Extra Narrow
01Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
02Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
03Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
05Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
06Seriffed 1 in fractionswith baseline serifs on the numerator and denominator “1”
07Joined Greek Ξconnecting its strokes with a central vertical line
Gotham Condensed
01Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
02Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
03Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
05Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
06Seriffed 1 in fractionswith baseline serifs on the numerator and denominator “1”
07Joined Greek Ξconnecting its strokes with a central vertical line
Gotham ScreenSmart
01Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
02Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
03Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
05Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
06Seriffed 1 in fractionswith baseline serifs on the numerator and denominator “1”
07Joined Greek Ξconnecting its strokes with a central vertical line
Gotham Narrow ScreenSmart
01Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
02Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
03Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
05Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
06Seriffed 1 in fractionswith baseline serifs on the numerator and denominator “1”
Gotham Extra Narrow ScreenSmart
01Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
02Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
03Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
05Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
06Seriffed 1 in fractionswith baseline serifs on the numerator and denominator “1”
07Joined Greek Ξconnecting its strokes with a central vertical line
Gotham Condensed ScreenSmart
01Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
02Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
03Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
05Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
06Seriffed 1 in fractionswith baseline serifs on the numerator and denominator “1”
07Joined Greek Ξconnecting its strokes with a central vertical line
Gotham Rounded
01Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
02Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
03Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
05Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Gotham Rounded ScreenSmart
01Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
02Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
03Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
04Joined Å accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
05Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Historical Allsorts: Fell Types
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
05Swash capital Min italic styles, substitutes the swash capital M
06Long-tailed italic “k”in italic styles, substitutes the swashed lowercase K
Historical Allsorts: Scripts
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
04Flourished “d”with a long, left-leaning ascender
05Flourished “g”with a long, left-hanging descender
06Flourished “h”with a long, left-leaning descender
07Upright “r”using the Latin construction, instead of the Gothic one
09Uncial capitalsreplacing the blackletter capitals with Lombardic initials
10Flourished “y”with a longer, flourished descender
11Tironian ampersandreplacing the ampersand with the ‘Tironian et’
Hoefler Text
01Long-tailed roman Qin roman styles, uses the form with a descending tail
04Complex swashessubstituting more elaborate forms of the swash caps H and M
05Swung dashesin italic styles, uses calligraphic en- and em-dashes
06Small percent signaligned with the height of the small caps
07Swash italic small capsusing swashed forms of the italic small caps E, L, and T
08Long-tailed italic “k”in italic styles, substitutes the swashed lowercase K
09Long-tailed italic “z”in italic styles, substitutes the swashed lowercase Z
10Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
11Capital ampersandsubstituting the larger, more elaborate form
12Calligraphic ampersandin italic styles, substituting the descending form
15Decorative bracketsin roman styles, adds ornamentation to brackets
Hoefler Text Engraved
01Long-tailed roman Qin roman styles, uses the form with a descending tail
10Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
11Capital ampersandsubstituting the larger, more elaborate form
Hoefler Text Fleurons
01Engraved fleuronsreplaces solid ornaments with engraved forms
Hoefler Titling
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Long-tailed Qwith a descending tail
HTF Didot
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Ideal Sans
01Inscriptional Geliminating the horizontal crossbar
02Descending Jaligned with the lowercase descenders
03Simplified Old-Style 1without a flag serif
04Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Ideal Sans ScreenSmart
01Inscriptional Geliminating the horizontal crossbar
02Descending Jaligned with the lowercase descenders
03Simplified Old-Style 1without a flag serif
04Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Idlewild
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
03Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
04Open 4with unjoined diagonal and vertical strokes
05Flat-edged Gwith an angled corner, instead of a continuous curve
06Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
07Large asteriskenlarged to match the height of the figures
Idlewild ScreenSmart
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
03Round-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
04Open 4with unjoined diagonal and vertical strokes
05Flat-edged Gwith an angled corner, instead of a continuous curve
06Tailed Qwith an external tail, instead of an intersecting one
07Large asteriskenlarged to match the height of the figures
08Simplified “And”replacing the ampersand with a large plus symbol
09Compact slashmatching the height of the figures
Inkwell Blackletter
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
03Sharp ßtaking the form of the long “s” and tailed “z”
04Historical long “s”replaces the round form with the antiquated ascending form
05Lowercase ampersandsubstitutes an alternate form designed to accompany the lowercase
Inkwell Open
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
03Long tailed Qwith a heavier descending tail
04Commercial ampersandwith an E-like construction, in place of crossed diagonals
05Alternate 5with a heavy horizontal stroke, corresponding to the figure 2
06Compact umlautsallowing the Ä, Ö, and Ü to fit within the cap height
Inkwell Sans
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
03Single-storey “a”in roman styles, corresponding to the design of letters like “d” and “q”
05Descending “f”in italic styles, hanging below the baseline, instead of standing on it
06Single-storey “g”corresponding to the design of letters like “d” and “q”
Inkwell Script
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
03Descending Phanging below the baseline, instead of standing on it
04Cursive Ycorresponding with the design of the lowercase “y”
05Disconnected round lowercaseremoving the exit strokes on the lowercase “b”, “o” and “p”
Inkwell Serif
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
04Non-descending “f”standing on the baseline, in italic styles
06Single-storey “g”in italic styles, corresponding to the design of letters like “a” and “d”
07Cursive “h”in italic styles, with an introverted outstroke
08Alternate Swash Capsin roman styles, with longer ascending or descending swashes
Inkwell Tuscan
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
Isotope
01Simplified Kwith angled legs arranged in chevron
02Non-descending Qwith a flat tail along the baseline
03Commercial Ampersandwith an E-like construction, in place of crossed diagonals
04Raised Coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
Knockout
01Straight-legged Reliminating the curved leg
02Flag-seriffed 1featuring a serif at the top of the left side
03Simplified Eurowith one crossbar instead of two
04Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Knox
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Landmark
01Traditional quoteswhere open and closed forms are reflected, rather than rotated
02Compact umlautsallowing the Ä, Ö, and Ü to fit within the cap height
03Discrete cedillaswhich float beneath the Ç and Ş instead of touching them
04Lowered ring accentswhere the ends of the slash are contained within the letter
05Non-projecting Øwhere ends of the slash are contained within the letterform
06Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
07Simplified N tildereplacing the curved tilde with a straight line
08Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Leviathan
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
03Straightened italic Zeliminating the curved bottom stroke
Mercury Display
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Mercury Text
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Mercury ScreenSmart
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Nitro & Turbo
01Straight-legged Rwith a diagonal leg, rather than a curved one
02Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
03Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Obsidian
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Descending italic “f”hanging below the baseline, instead of standing on it
03Engravers’ italic “g”featuring a two-storey design with an open lower loop
04Engravers’ ampersandin italic styles, adds a flourished final stroke
07Raised punctuationelevating the colon, dashes, and enclosures to center on the figures
08Force Swashesin italic styles, substitutes swash caps and small caps
Operator
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Slashed zeroto differentiate from the letter O
03Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
04Square bulletto match the shape of the centered period
05Six-pointed asteriskwith a lighter non-joining center
Operator Mono
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
03Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
04Square bulletto match the shape of the centered period
05Six-pointed asteriskwith a lighter non-joining center
07Unslashed zeroeliminating the slash that disambiguates the zero from the letter O
08Connected underscoreturns a series of underscores into a solid line
Operator Mono ScreenSmart
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
03Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
04Square bulletto match the shape of the centered period
05Six-pointed asteriskwith a lighter non-joining center
07Unslashed zeroeliminating the slash that disambiguates the zero from the letter O
08Connected underscoreturns a series of underscores into a solid line
Operator ScreenSmart
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Slashed zeroto differentiate from the letter O
03Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
04Square bulletto match the shape of the centered period
05Six-pointed asteriskwith a lighter non-joining center
Peristyle
01Commercial ampersandwith an E-like construction, in place of crossed diagonals
02Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
Peristyle Stencil
01Commercial ampersandwith an E-like construction, in place of crossed diagonals
02Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
03Simplified figureseliminating serifs from the 2, 5, and 7
Quarto
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Non-descending Jstanding on the baseline
03Short-tailed italic Qwithout a descending flourish
04Cursive italic “h”with an extroverted outstroke
05Articulated italic “z”with a more pronounced tail
06Raised colonelevated to center on the figures
Ringside Compressed
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Condensed
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Narrow
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Regular
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Wide
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Extra Wide
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Compressed ScreenSmart
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Condensed ScreenSmart
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Narrow ScreenSmart
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Regular ScreenSmart
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Wide ScreenSmart
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Ringside Extra Wide ScreenSmart
01Curved-legged Rfollowing the “antique” construction
02Stovepipe Qfeaturing a simplified tail, descending below the baseline
03Serpentine Qwith a curly, non-descending tail that intersects the bowl
04Splayed “t”terminating flush with the baseline
05Seriffed 1including baseline serifs
06Simplified 1without a flag serif or baseline serifs
07Raised coloncentered on the figures, instead of sitting on the baseline
08Knockout-style formsuses the R, t, and 1 matching the Knockout family
09Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (®)
Saracen
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Sentinel
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Sentinel ScreenSmart
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Surveyor
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Descending italic “f”hanging below the baseline, instead of standing on it
03Engravers’ italic “g”featuring a two-storey design with an open lower loop
04Engravers’ ampersandin italic styles, adds a flourished final stroke
07Raised punctuationelevating the colon, dashes, and enclosures to center on the figures
08Force Swashesin italic styles, substitutes swash caps and small caps
Surveyor ScreenSmart
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Descending italic “f”hanging below the baseline, instead of standing on it
03Engravers’ italic “g”featuring a two-storey design with an open lower loop
04Engravers’ ampersandin italic styles, adds a flourished final stroke
07Raised punctuationelevating the colon, dashes, and enclosures to center on the figures
08Force Swashesin italic styles, substitutes swash caps and small caps
Topaz
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Tungsten
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
03Short-tailed Qwhere tail doesn’t project below the baseline
04Projecting Øwhere the ends of the slash extend beyond the letter
05Commercial ampersandwith an E-like construction, in place of crossed diagonals
06Raised punctuationwhere colon and dashes are centered on the figures
07Capital-aligned @aligning with the capitals, instead of the lowercase
08Curved commas/quotesreplacing geometric design with simplified curves
09Unjoined percent signin the heaviest weights, separates zeroes from the slash
Tungsten Compressed
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
03Short-tailed Qwhere tail doesn’t project below the baseline
04Projecting Øwhere the ends of the slash extend beyond the letter
05Commercial ampersandwith an E-like construction, in place of crossed diagonals
06Raised punctuationwhere colon and dashes are centered on the figures
07Capital-aligned @aligning with the capitals, instead of the lowercase
08Curved commas/quotesreplacing geometric design with simplified curves
09Unjoined percent signin the heaviest weights, separates zeroes from the slash
10Flat-sided lowercase “y”featuring a leftward bend at the bottom of the descender
Tungsten Condensed
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
03Short-tailed Qwhere tail doesn’t project below the baseline
04Projecting Øwhere the ends of the slash extend beyond the letter
05Commercial ampersandwith an E-like construction, in place of crossed diagonals
06Raised punctuationwhere colon and dashes are centered on the figures
07Capital-aligned @aligning with the capitals, instead of the lowercase
08Curved commas/quotesreplacing geometric design with simplified curves
09Unjoined percent signin the heaviest weights, separates zeroes from the slash
10Flat-sided lowercase “y”featuring a leftward bend at the bottom of the descender
Tungsten Narrow
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
03Short-tailed Qwhere tail doesn’t project below the baseline
04Projecting Øwhere the ends of the slash extend beyond the letter
05Commercial ampersandwith an E-like construction, in place of crossed diagonals
06Raised punctuationwhere colon and dashes are centered on the figures
07Capital-aligned @aligning with the capitals, instead of the lowercase
08Curved commas/quotesreplacing geometric design with simplified curves
09Unjoined percent signin the heaviest weights, separates zeroes from the slash
Tungsten Rounded
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Single-storey “a”corresponding to the design of letters like “o” and “d”
03Short-tailed Qwhere tail doesn’t project below the baseline
04Projecting Øwhere the ends of the slash extend beyond the letter
05Commercial ampersandwith an E-like construction, in place of crossed diagonals
06Raised punctuationwhere colon and dashes are centered on the figures
07Capital-aligned @aligning with the capitals, instead of the lowercase
08Curved commas/quotesreplacing geometric design with simplified curves
09Unjoined percent signin the heaviest weights, separates zeroes from the slash
10Flat-sided lowercase “y”featuring a leftward bend at the bottom of the descender
Verlag
01Round Geliminating the angled corner in favor of a continuous curve
02High-waisted Min which the center point is lifted from the baseline
03Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
20Raised punctuationelevating the dashes, slashes, and enclosures to center on the figures
Vitesse
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Joined “å” accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
Vitesse ScreenSmart
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
02Joined “å” accentconnecting the ring to the letter beneath it
Whitney
01Flat terminalsstraightening the angled ends of strokes
08Double-storey italic “g”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
09Double-storey italic “a”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
10Flat-sided Mmaking the legs of the M perpendicular to the baseline
11Non-descending Qwith a tail that intersects the letter, rather than descending from it
12Asymmetric Uwith a flat stem on the right side
13Intersecting Wwhere center strokes meet at a junction, instead of a point
14Single-storey roman “g”simplified to correspond to the design of the lowercase “d” and “q”
15Flat-topped 3with a flat top like the 5, instead of a round one like the 2
16Open 4with unjoined diagonal and vertical strokes
17Curly commas/quotesreplacing dart-like forms with articulated curves
18Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
19Straight-legged Cyrillicseliminating curved strokes in the Д, Л, and Љ
Whitney Condensed
01Flat terminalsstraightening the angled ends of strokes
08Double-storey italic “g”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
09Double-storey italic “a”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
10Flat-sided Mmaking the legs of the M perpendicular to the baseline
11Non-descending Qwith a tail that intersects the letter, rather than descending from it
12Asymmetric Uwith a flat stem on the right side
13Intersecting Wwhere center strokes meet at a junction, instead of a point
14Single-storey roman “g”simplified to correspond to the design of the lowercase “d” and “q”
15Flat-topped 3with a flat top like the 5, instead of a round one like the 2
16Open 4with unjoined diagonal and vertical strokes
17Curly commas/quotesreplacing dart-like forms with articulated curves
18Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Whitney Condensed ScreenSmart
01Flat terminalsstraightening the angled ends of strokes
08Double-storey italic “g”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
09Double-storey italic “a”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
10Flat-sided Mmaking the legs of the M perpendicular to the baseline
11Non-descending Qwith a tail that intersects the letter, rather than descending from it
12Asymmetric Uwith a flat stem on the right side
13Intersecting Wwhere center strokes meet at a junction, instead of a point
14Single-storey roman “g”simplified to correspond to the design of the lowercase “d” and “q”
15Flat-topped 3with a flat top like the 5, instead of a round one like the 2
16Open 4with unjoined diagonal and vertical strokes
17Curly commas/quotesreplacing dart-like forms with articulated curves
18Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Whitney Index
12Asymmetric Uwith a flat stem on the right side
20Seriffed Ifeaturing serifs on the capital I
Whitney Narrow
01Flat terminalsstraightening the angled ends of strokes
08Double-storey italic “g”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
09Double-storey italic “a”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
10Flat-sided Mmaking the legs of the M perpendicular to the baseline
11Non-descending Qwith a tail that intersects the letter, rather than descending from it
12Asymmetric Uwith a flat stem on the right side
13Intersecting Wwhere center strokes meet at a junction, instead of a point
14Single-storey roman “g”simplified to correspond to the design of the lowercase “d” and “q”
15Flat-topped 3with a flat top like the 5, instead of a round one like the 2
16Open 4with unjoined diagonal and vertical strokes
17Curly commas/quotesreplacing dart-like forms with articulated curves
18Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Whitney Narrow ScreenSmart
01Flat terminalsstraightening the angled ends of strokes
08Double-storey italic “g”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
09Double-storey italic “a”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
10Flat-sided Mmaking the legs of the M perpendicular to the baseline
11Non-descending Qwith a tail that intersects the letter, rather than descending from it
12Asymmetric Uwith a flat stem on the right side
13Intersecting Wwhere center strokes meet at a junction, instead of a point
14Single-storey roman “g”simplified to correspond to the design of the lowercase “d” and “q”
15Flat-topped 3with a flat top like the 5, instead of a round one like the 2
16Open 4with unjoined diagonal and vertical strokes
17Curly commas/quotesreplacing dart-like forms with articulated curves
18Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
Whitney ScreenSmart
01Flat terminalsstraightening the angled ends of strokes
08Double-storey italic “g”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
09Double-storey italic “a”in italic styles, substitutes the more complex construction
10Flat-sided Mmaking the legs of the M perpendicular to the baseline
11Non-descending Qwith a tail that intersects the letter, rather than descending from it
12Asymmetric Uwith a flat stem on the right side
13Intersecting Wwhere center strokes meet at a junction, instead of a point
14Single-storey roman “g”simplified to correspond to the design of the lowercase “d” and “q”
15Flat-topped 3with a curved top like the 2, instead of a flat one like the 5
16Open 4with unjoined diagonal and vertical strokes
17Curly commas/quotesreplacing dart-like forms with articulated curves
18Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
19Straight-legged Cyrillicseliminating curved strokes in the Д, Л, and Љ
Ziggurat
01Larger ® symbolmatching the size of the copyright (©) instead of the trademark (™)
04Curvilinear “y”matching the lowercase U, instead of the lowercase V

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