Mila Script Pro
6 (including 1 Ornament Font)
Sep 22, 2015
LanguagesISO latin 1 & 2
Typesetting is made easy with Mila Script Pro Basic
Smart OpenType features care about all letterforms and choose between connected and non-connected styles. AutomaticSwashControl adjusts the swashy letters to the available white space. It’s installed within Mila’s main features OpenType Contextual-Alternates, Swashes and Titling-Alternates. Switch one on and let Mila do the rest.
Please read over the manual! It describes the family in detail.
You may download it from the MyFonts ‘Gallery’ above and it’s included in every purchase.
Of course there’s a little more know about Mila Script Pro. 2600+ characters offer four different initial styles, capital swash and titling alternates, connected words, 17 different initial and terminal swashes and much more. All of course with full ISO latin 1 & 2 language support.
Mila Script Basic (900+ characters) offers all single features contained in OpenType Contextual-Alternates: subtle contextual swash alternates, positional forms, ligatures, connecting and non-connecting characters …
Mila Script is a handmade brush script with round and soft letterforms, a low x-height and jumping baseline.
Mila Script Sans
Mila Script Sans is a hand-drawn ‘all caps’ in three different weights. Mila Script and Mila Script Sans go well together: combine them and equal the line weights by choosing Light, Regular or Bold. Always keep it way smaller than Mila Script.
Mila Script Sans also works well as a standalone. It offers negative typesetting, bicolor typesetting by layering two styles and even alternates without counters. Please see the manual for instructions.
Mila Script Ornaments
Change the size and keep the line weight: activate Contextual Alternates, type a letter and add + to enlarge all swashes according to your likings. Mila Script Ornaments contains 69 different swashes and symbols, all of them available in seven different sizes, which makes a total of 483 characters. All ornaments are within easy reach and there’s no need to access certain symbols manually via your glyph palette.