Discover the updated version of the popular Intro font family from type foundry Fontfabric.

In 2019, the friendly folks of type foundry Fontfabric rolled out a big update to the popular Intro font family. In addition to some essential upgrades to this classy typeface, they revised all weight distributions and added 2 new weights plus matching Italics to the family. Therefore, the family now includes 8 weights comprising a total of 72 fonts. All of the styles are also available as super-slender Condensed versions. But that’s not all—they included some carefully adjusted Oblique alternatives and added 3 inline styles to the family.

Here are some more details of newly added features. The glyph case has been expanded to cover extended support for Latin and Cyrillic letters with adequate language localization. In addition, all OpenType features have been revised to allow case-sensitive forms, contextual alternates as well as numerous stylistic alternates. The standard numerals also cover tabular figures, symbols, superiors and inferiors, numerators and denominators as well as fractions. To learn more, just click on one of the following links or have a look at the images below.

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Intro font family from Fontfabric type foundry.
The Intro font family received a big update in 2019..
Intro font family from Fontfabric type foundry.
All weights
Intro font family from Fontfabric type foundry.
Latin type specimen
Intro font family from Fontfabric type foundry.
OpenType features
Intro font family from Fontfabric type foundry.
Multiple language support
Intro font family from Fontfabric type foundry.
Cyrillic type specimen
Intro font family from Fontfabric type foundry.
Alternative fonts
Intro font family from Fontfabric type foundry.
Numerals
Intro font family from Fontfabric type foundry.
Bulgarian localization

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