Presenting Novecento ex:Radical display

Synthview's picture

back again.

I've reworked my font Radical and done the following
• Several improvements to spacing and kerning.
• Most of the glyphs revised.
• Global reshape of inktraps.
• Font name change, from Radical Display to Novecento.
• Opentype Locl feature added for Polish: special acute accent kreska now available. To activate it, just select Polish as text language.
• Opentype SS02 feature added: stylistic alternate for /N/ glyph with all accented variants, included Polish kreska.

You're invited to download it and test it
http://typography.synthview.com

Of course every comment is much appreciated.

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riccard0's picture

For the moment just congratulations. I will try it out and will report back with observations if necessary ;-)

Eimantas Paškonis's picture

Dumb question: what's the difference between downloading normal/web font?
And difference between normal/wide family? They look the same.

Synthview's picture

web-font are file formats made for html page embedding. You can put them on your server and attach them to your website with a css line.

What do you mean with "normal" family? On download you have the wide only.
I'm working on other widths but they're not available at the moment.

Tristan Bowersox's picture

Why are there two files for each weight (i.e., "Novecento-NormalWide" and "Novecentowide-Normal")?

Synthview's picture

Oh gosh! don't know..
Zip updated. Thank you

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