Over the years I have acquired thousands of fonts, a lot of them are duplicated as in a version ttf and a version otf. I want to clean out, so my question is which type is the best to work with?
Currently the best format is OTF True type outline
OTF can have variants of chars. If it has Corel shows a tiny triangle below the selected char or word and you can choose, e.g. some extra decorative stroke for the first char of a word. To my knowledge TTF doesn't have room for these stylistic sets.
Thank you David.
Thank you Markus, I've not noticed the triangle before, I will be sure to look, in the meantime I can unclutter my fonts folder by removing ttf duplicates of otf fonts. I have used Corel since version 3 and still delight in finding things I didn't know.
I learned that to late and had to restore my otf-files in favor to the ttf I kept making the decision you now do :-(