Originally Posted by Tom_E
I'm not angry Dan, just disappointed. Thought you were a proper type freak.
Opentype is the shizzle, as well as being cross-platform, you can have far more glyphs/characters per set (font) than regular type 1 or ttf fonts, always go for Opentype if you can.
Take a look at the massive character/glyph sets of relatively recent big name Opentype faces like Soho, Neo Sans, Archer etc, bloody hundreds of them, ultimate control.
Yeah i can imagine getting alo of use out of them if I was doing alot of brochures and copy heavy stuff
The amount of work that must go into creating an opentype font is ridiculous