4 Comments on “The Cancer Atlas”
Those were good times when this font still worked. Unfortunately, the monopolist has decided to suspend the reprogramming at the expense of its customers.
Yes, thank you, Mr Hardwig! I can only hope that the designer has made this font compatible for ‘macOS Ventura’ 13.3.1 and will replace my version that doesn’t work on it.
On the other hand, I allow myself the irony of putting this type of procedure under exactly this article, which reports on cancerous growths.
Regarding the Beowolf, they has told me more than a year ago that it will happen as you described above with reference to the font named ‘Chartwell’: nothing has happened since then.
Beowolf is another typeface that was originally released with FontFont, and was recently – just last week – reissued on the designer’s own label, LettError. It is now named LTR Beowolf. The reengineered fonts come in four different degrees of randomisation. I don’t know the conditions for an upgrade of an existing license. LettError writes:
Rest assured, the licenses sold by FontShop, Monotype and MyFonts will continue to be valid, under whatever conditions are spelled out in the original license. However, if you need to change or update such a license, you have to direct your questions to LettError Type.
Hope this helps!
Strange that this is happening right now, as I write about it.
I once criticized the old font file named ‘Beowolf’ because it had bad kerning. But thanks for the link!