From: Tom Gewecke (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Dec 03 2004 - 14:57:13 CST
>I for sure was confused some time ago, because the true .otf font files
>have the same icon.
Another dimension of confusion is that .otf doesn't necessarily say
anything about what, if any, sort of opentype layout capabilities might be
present in a font. It just means it uses PostScript font outlines. A font
with the extension .ttf (which means it uses TrueType font outlines) can
also have many or no opentype layout capabilities.
For example, the font Doulos SIL Regular.ttf has layout tables for OpenType
(Windows), AAT (Mac), and Graphite (for SIL WorldPad).
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