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TTF vs OTF (EN)

Publicado a 27/03/2014, 14:29 por Luis Pitta   [ atualizado a 13/04/2018, 05:13 por Luis Pitta -org- ]
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1. TTF is the file extension for TrueType fonts while OTF is the extension for OpenType fonts.

2. TTF fonts depends solely on a glyph table while OTF fonts can either have glyph tables or CCF

3. TTF font files are often much bigger compared to OTF font files

4. TTF fonts are still so much more popular than OTF fonts

5. TTF fonts are much easier to make compared to OTF fonts

6. Truetype was developed by Apple while Opentype was developed by Microsoft and Adobe

7. Opentype is a more recent font compared to Truetype

8. Opentype was developed based on Apple’s Truetype and Adobe’s Type 1

9. Truetype is the most popular font in use today even if Opentype is superior