Do I Need Separate WebFont Licenses For Separate Subdomains?

Our WebFont license explains that “You may use one Licensed WebFont on one domain name (URL) only.” The spirit of this restriction is to the separate nature and control of the content. For example, “starwars.disney.com” and “marvel.disney.com” would require two separate WebFont licenses, since they represent two entirely different products with entirely unrelated content, under […]

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Adjusting Font Rendering

When using your fonts in desktop publishing applications like Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator, you’ll want to review your anti-aliasing settings. Doing so will enable the best overall results based on your own personal taste. For example, we sometimes get support questions asking why the font “looks jagged” in Photoshop. This is because the anti-alias settings […]

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Receiving Your Purchases

For certain new customers, there is a short wait while we approve your account for downloads (as mentioned during the checkout process). Typically, you’ll only have to wait a few minutes/hours for your download to be approved and ready for you in your account. However, during high-volume days, weekends or holidays, it can sometimes take […]

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How to Install Fonts on PC

Installing fonts on the PC largely depends on the version of Windows you are using. If you’re using Windows 8/7/Vista, simply select the font files (.ttf, .otf or .fon) then Right-click > Install. If you’re using an older version of Windows, you’ll need to place the font files (.ttf, .otf or .fon) into the Fonts […]

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What is OpenType?

OpenType is a cross-platform font file format, and is the best font format for most purposes. It allows for more powerful, versatile fonts, and YouWorkForThem offers and recommends it whenever possible. It’s a single file that works on both Mac and Windows systems, so you can move back and forth between platforms with ease. OpenType […]

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Which Font License(s) Do I Need?

Font licensing can be very confusing, since the goalposts are always moving. Here are the most common font licenses: Desktop License If you want to install a font on a computer and design projects with it, you need a Desktop License. This is the most basic license for Mac/Windows systems, covering use within desktop apps […]

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How to Install Fonts on Mac

For best results on OS X, we suggest that you install your purchases using OS X’s built-in Font Book application. It’s very easy to use, and many times will just work automatically when you double-click the font software installer that you purchase and download from us. For the complete (and always up-to-date) document regarding installing […]

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