The General Questions
Most Definitely! Our fonts are available in both Opentype Postscript (.OTF) & Truetype (.TTF) formats and are Mac/PC cross-platform compatible.
Our fonts are guaranteed to work with every version of the Macintosh OS from 7.0 on up to the latest OS X release, and all versions of Windows from 3.1 on up through Windows 10 and every Windows OS in between.
While the majority of our users can easily install and enjoy our fonts in postscript OpenType (.OTF) format, we also include them in TrueType (.TTF) format.
We highly recommend when installing any fonts on your computer to only install one font format.
Most definitely! Our fonts cover an extensive range of languages covered under Latin-1 and Latin-2 unicode glyph sets. When previewing any font page, scroll down and click through the various poster graphics above the lower font description. You’ll find a graphic that previews the full character set of the specific fonts you are looking at (including international characters, ligatures, alternates and whatever else might be tucked into the fonts).
Yes, thanks for asking. You’ll find all you need to know in this regard down a little further in the Licensing Questions section.
Software Return Policy
All sales on Downloadable software are final and will not be refundable. Only defective software may be returned. All returns must take place within 30 days from date of purchase and may only be exchanged for the SAME item. You may contact Stiggy & Sands by submitting an Online Support Request for further instructions on software returns.
After credit card is approved, software will be available for download immediately as well as an HTML link e-mailed to you. If you do not receive access to font software download area within 30 minutes please contact Stiggy & Sands.
Stiggy & Sands is the sole owner of the information it gathers on its site. Stiggy & Sands will not share any of your information with any outside party without your explicit consent unless we are required by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary in order to conform to the edicts of the law, cooperate with law enforcement agencies, or comply with a legal process served on our website.
The Licensing Questions
Our pricing varies per font, but usually comes in around $29-$39 per typeface. Family or Collection bundles break down to a lower per font cost. And of course, we do run sales from time to time that can discount fonts further.
When you buy fonts from any font foundry, you’re buying the license to use the fonts on your computer. With every font or font set you purchase and download, the terms of that license (or EULA) you agree to before purchasing are also downloaded with the fonts and you can read about any restrictions on use for those fonts. You can read our entire license agreement here.
We currently only offer traditional desktop licensing for fonts sold directly through our website. This means you can install the fonts on a personal computer and use them for designing things, writing letters and whatnot. The license fee is determined by how many devices can access the fonts. Our standard desktop license is a 2 cpu single user, single location license.
Until we further enhance our website and slowly build in the options for additional licensing, you can easily purchase extended and additional licensing types for our fonts from one of these fine distributors: FontBros or FontSpring.
We've licensed your fonts, and have outside vendors doing additional work on our project. Can we pass along the fonts to them...?
Sorry, but no. We license our fonts directly to end-users, and they are not to be distributed to third parties that do not possess their own license to the font software. For example, if you send a printer or vendor an InDesign file, would you expect to supply them with a copy of InDesign as well…? They would be required to license the font just as you did.
What if I have a font server...? Does my standard license cover buying fonts for that single device that supplies the font to numerous computers...?
No, you need a specific “server license” in a case like this, as this extends outside our default 2 cpu single user, single location license.