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Config is a condensed geometric sans serif family consisting of 40 fonts in 10 weights plus italics. The Config typeface was influenced by geometric sans serifs with circular forms on the tops and bottoms of characters, but the proportions have been condensed by incorporating straight sides for a design that is sturdy and space-saving. It's efficient yet friendly.
The neutral design of this typeface with subtle details makes it functional for type setting in small and large sizes. With 10 weights, there are multiple options to fit the need—black and thin for extreme uses and intermediates for more common needs. It's clean nature allows it to be readable at small sizes, but the touch of character—as seen in the notched joints (like the n and u), rounded details (like the l and t), and horizontal/vertical terminals (like the a and e)—make it interesting at large, display sizes.
Also part of this complete family is an Alt family with extended notch characters (like the N, Y, w, and many others). It is ideal for setting headlines and subheads in to add interest and get attention. So it pairs perfectly with the Normal family for supporting text.
Config includes lots of OpenType features, as well as symbols to enhance your typography:
- Multiple stylistic alternates (8 stylistic sets)
- Standard and discretionary ligatures
- Case-sensitive punctuation for All Caps
- Tabular figures
- Fractions, numerators, denominators
- Superscript, subscript
- Slashed zero
- Arrows, circled numbers, geometric shapes
Included in your purchase:
- 40 OpenType (.otf) fonts
- Config (Normal) family + Config Alt family
With over 600 glyphs, this font has extensive Latin language support (100+ Latin languages) for Western, Central, and South Eastern European.
Config will work great right away with most any software (Adobe, MS Word, Pages, etc.), but to take advantage of the additional OpenType features, OpenType-savvy software (like the Adobe applications) is recommended. Because of the robust intent, the alternate glyphs are not PUA-encoded to help preserve functions like spell-checking, searching, and proper glyph matching if switching fonts.