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Didonesque Script Font Download

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Didonesque Script downloadDesigner: Paulo Goode
Publisher: Paulo Goode
Didonesque Script was designed by Paulo Goode and published by Paulo Goode. Didonesque Script contains 8 styles and family package options. The font is currently #45 in Hot New Fonts. 

Didonesque Script has the flair of a script typeface, yet retains the rigid structure and incline of its cousins in the Didonesque family. This makes for an interesting approach – the flamboyancy of this script is restrained which resonates a distinctly reserved and formal tone. This typeface is perfect for formal occasions, with its main intent for use in short runs of text, headlines, branding and logo applications.

Open Type features are utilized to good effect – positional forms, contextual alternates, ligatures, stylistic alternates, and old style figures all add value to Didonesque Script. There are four weights, from delicate to voluptuous (Regular, Medium, Bold, and Black), which are replicated in "Display" versions – these are designed for use at larger point sizes.

Key features:

• 4 weights in two styles – Regular and Display

• Positional Forms (when activated) ensure the correct glyphs appear in context as you type

• Full European character set (Latin only)

• 550+ glyphs per font.

Font Family:
· Didonesque Script Regular
· Didonesque Script Medium
· Didonesque Script Bold
· Didonesque Script Black
· Didonesque Script Display
· Didonesque Script Display Medium
· Didonesque Script Display Bold
· Didonesque Script Display Black

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