Lucita is a new script typeface beautiful calligraphy and modern. This font is suitable for a wide range of products each project, such as wedding invitations, greeting cards, correspondence, and various other purposes and many more. This language support that some international fonts. So many options that you can use for your projects with glyph and alternates!
Can be used for various purposes.such as headings, logos, wedding invitation, t-shirt, letterhead, signage, lable, news, posters, badges etc. To enable the OpenType Stylistic alternates, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Illustrator CS, Adobe Indesign & CorelDraw X6-X7
Languages supported: Breton, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Estonian,French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Romanian, Scottish Gaelic, Slovak, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, English, Finnish, Polish, Portuguese, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Welsh. Basically, all european languages that are based on latin alphabet
- Initial Alternates
- Terminal Alternates
- Standard ligatures
- Stylistic sets
- Basic Latin A-Z and a-z
- International Symbols include
- Lucita Script.ttf
- Lucita Script.otf
- update file:
- Lucita Web Fonts (eot, svg, woff)
- In Adobe Illustrator or InDesign; simply open Window Type Glyphs, it will show the Glyphs panel. By default, it will show the entire glyphs contained in the font. If you block a glyph, you can find alternative characters to that glyph easily by changing ‘Entire Font’ to ‘Alternates for Current Selection’ in the Show section.
- For other programs that doesn’t support OpenType features or Glyphs Panel such as Photoshop, you can use Character Map in Windows to access the alternate characters; simply follow this tutorial – https://youtu.be/BScPsiubM1k
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