Share creatively plays with the appearance of machine-readable type. Of course, the first font, Share Tech Mono, was created monospaced in order to visually emphasize the nature of attractive and exciting written source code. But it was clear that a monospaced font wasn’t especially suitable for text and other types of written communication and that TYPO3 could not get by with only one font.
In total, four fonts were developed (Regular, Italic, Bold and BoldItalic), each equipped with two different sets of digits (Old Style Figures and Tabular Figures). These fonts are designed for working with text with a special focus on the monitor. They include the character sets of Western European languages and are available in TrueType and OpenType.
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