Hi, I would like to know if there is an opentype version of Andika. It is described as “opentype enabled” but the extension of the font is .ttf. Can you clarify for me? My organization has asked me to use only opentype fonts, although the true type version of Andika seems to print fine. We are using this for print. Thank you! --Cecile
Andika is indeed an Opentype font. It is a common misconception that .otf fonts have Opentype and .ttf do not. But, that is inaccurate. Nowadays the difference between the two suffixes is the kind of outline the font uses. Both can have all the Opentype features.
Thank you so much for clarifying this! I need to know that the type of outline used in Andika is suitable for commercial postscript printing. Can you let me know if this is the case and how I can tell? Also, if you can direct me to a resource where I can learn more about these details?
Andika is used in commercial printing all the time. It should not be a problem at all.
Thank you so much for the response, Lorna! I feel confident about using it now.