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I’m looking for a typeface with tabular figures that have consistent width across weights (minimum regular + bold). Any suggestions?
First one that comes to mind:
Andron has it (though not yet implemented as OT feature).
Equal widths in Reg., Italic, Bold, Semibd. It. and Sm. caps.
My typeface family Agilita offers this across the weights from light to bold, from heavy to black, from hairline to ultra thin & from thin to extra light. In the condensed weights all the tab figures share the same widhts from light to black.
I have a new typeface offering this across regular/italic/bold/bold italic.
Serif or Sans?
I think Compatil has them.
Lots of options, e.g. FF Meta & Meta Serif, FF Tisa, Secca, …
Tab width figures are standardized across weight and style (Roman/Italic and lining/oldstyle) on all my OpenType fonts (except Duffy Script).
The Modern Suite; also consistent between Scotch Modern (serif) and Figgins (Sans).
Beaufort Pro (from Light to Bold, but not Heavy), Paradigm Pro, Pratt Pro.
H&FJ - http://www.typography.com/ask/recentTopic.php?rtID=90
As far as I know all OurType fonts have this feature standard.
We made a list of FontFonts here: http://www.facebook.com/FontFont/posts/10150173360796399