by Barry Schwartzin 2 styles

Sorts Mill Goudy

11 character sets
  • Basic Latin
  • Latin-1 Supplement
  • Latin Extended-A
  • Latin Extended-B
  • Spacing Modifier Letters
  • Combining Diacritical Marks
  • General Punctuation
  • Currency Symbols
  • Mathematical Operators
  • Arabic Presentation Forms-B
  • Specials
  • Access All Alternates

    This feature makes all variations of a selected font/character accessible.

    Sorts Mill Goudy's 1/3 wizard dog.

    Sorts Mill Goudy's 1/3 wizard dog.

    font-feature-settings: "aalt";
  • Capitals to Small Caps

    This feature turns uppercase characters into small capitals.

    Changing case to Small Caps.

    Changing case to Small Caps.

    font-feature-settings: "c2sc", "smcp";
  • Case Sensitive Forms

    Replace characters, especially punctuation, with forms better suited for all-capital text, cf. `titl`

    {¿¡HO-HOHO!?} [Target] (New)

    {¿¡HO-HOHO!?} [Target] (New)

    font-feature-settings: "case";
  • Discretionary Ligatures

    This feature, in specified situations, replaces default glyphs with alternate forms which provide better joining behavior. Like ligatures (though not strictly a ligature feature), contextual alternates are commonly used to harmonize the shapes of glyphs with the surrounding context.

    ct sp st

    ct sp st

    font-feature-settings: "dlig";
  • Denominator

    Converts to appropriate fraction denominator form, invoked by `frac`

    1 3/4 C of flour, 1/2 cup.

    1 3/4 C of flour, 1/2 cup.

    font-feature-settings: "dnom";
  • Fractions

    This feature replaces figures separated by a slash with common (diagonal) fractions.

    1 3/4 C of flour, 1/2 cup.

    1 3/4 C of flour, 1/2 cup.

    font-feature-settings: "frac";
  • Historical Forms

    Historially relevant forms of characters to be applied at the user's discretion.

    Aparadise lost

    Aparadise lost

    font-feature-settings: "hist";
  • Standard Ligatures

    This feature replaces a sequence of glyphs with a single glyph, called a ligature, which is preferred for typographic purposes. When enabled, this feature inserts the ligatures which the designer/manufacturer judges should be used in normal conditions.

    Different first Afliction affidavit There

    Different first Afliction affidavit There

    font-feature-settings: "liga", "clig";
  • Lining Figures

    This feature changes numeral glyphs from default or oldstyle figures to lining figures. Note that some fonts may contain lining figures as their default figure style, in which case enabling this feature may not appear to affect the style of glyphs.

    0123456789

    0123456789

    font-feature-settings: "lnum";
  • Numerator

    Converts to appropriate fraction numerator form, invoked by `frac`

    1 3/4 C of flour, 1/2 cup.

    1 3/4 C of flour, 1/2 cup.

    font-feature-settings: "numr";
  • Stylistic Alternates

    This feature replaces default character glyphs with stylistic alternates.

    Easy Sunday morning & my fox.

    Easy Sunday morning & my fox.

    font-feature-settings: "salt";
  • Small Caps

    This feature turns lowercase characters into small capitals.

    Changing case to Small Caps.

    Changing case to Small Caps.

    font-feature-settings: "smcp";
  • Subscript

    This feature may replace a default glyph with a subscript glyph, or it may combine a glyph substitution with positioning adjustments for proper placement.

    H2O, CO2

    H2O, CO2

    font-feature-settings: "subs";
  • Superscript

    This feature replaces lining or oldstyle figures with superior figures (primarily for footnote indication), and replaces lowercase letters with superior letters (primarily for abbreviated French titles).

    X2

    X2

    font-feature-settings: "sups";
  • Capital Spacing

    Adjusts spacing between letters in all-capitals text

    THE LAZY DOG.

    THE LAZY DOG.

    font-feature-settings: "cpsp";
  • Kerning

    This feature adjusts the amount of space between glyphs, generally to provide optically consistent spacing between glyphs.

    Try As You Will

    Try As You Will

    font-feature-settings: "kern";

Font feature info thanks to sparanoid/opentype-features

What license does this font use?

This font (and all our fonts) are licensed very generously by our type designers under the OFL — the Open Font License, which means it's open-source.

What does open-source mean?

It means you're allowed to download & install for free, modify it if you want to (as long as any mofications also follow the same rules), and use it for personal and/or commercial work.

There's a license in the download so you can read all the legal speak, but essentially the only restrictions are that you can't say you made it if you didn't, and you can't sell either the fonts themselves or access to them.

So I can use this for commerical work?

Sure can, you can use this both personal & commercial work.

You can sell stuff that uses the fonts and include these fonts in stuff you sell — as long as you aren't selling the fonts themselves, or selling access to them.

Do I need to credit The League / the designers in my work?

We would love that! It's not absolutely necessary, especially for things like logos, but if you have the ability to include a shout out and link back to us in a description or code comment or something — you should!

How do I purchase a license/seats for my company?

Actually, you don't have to — because it's open-source, you're allowed to use it without cost as long as you follow the rules laid out in the license.

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    uni00B5
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    uni00B9
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    Ocircumflex
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    Odieresis
  • ×

    multiply
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    Oslash
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    Ugrave
  • Ú

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  • Û

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    Udieresis
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    Yacute
  • Þ

    Thorn
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  • ć

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  • Ĉ

    Ccircumflex
  • ĉ

    ccircumflex
  • Ċ

    Cdotaccent
  • ċ

    cdotaccent
  • Č

    Ccaron
  • č

    ccaron
  • Ď

    Dcaron
  • ď

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  • Đ

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  • đ

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    Eogonek
  • ę

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  • Ě

    Ecaron
  • ě

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  • Ĝ

    Gcircumflex
  • ĝ

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  • Ğ

    Gbreve
  • ğ

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  • Ġ

    Gdotaccent
  • ġ

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  • Ģ

    Gcommaaccent
  • ģ

    gcommaaccent
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    Hcircumflex
  • ĥ

    hcircumflex
  • Ħ

    Hbar
  • ħ

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  • Ĩ

    Itilde
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  • Ĭ

    Ibreve
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  • Į

    Iogonek
  • į

    iogonek
  • İ

    Idotaccent
  • ı

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  • IJ

    IJ
  • ij

    ij
  • Ĵ

    Jcircumflex
  • ĵ

    jcircumflex
  • Ķ

    Kcommaaccent
  • ķ

    kcommaaccent
  • Ĺ

    Lacute
  • ĺ

    lacute
  • Ļ

    Lcommaaccent
  • ļ

    lcommaaccent
  • Ľ

    Lcaron
  • ľ

    lcaron
  • Ŀ

    Ldot
  • ŀ

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  • Ł

    Lslash
  • ł

    lslash
  • Ń

    Nacute
  • ń

    nacute
  • Ņ

    Ncommaaccent
  • ņ

    ncommaaccent
  • Ň

    Ncaron
  • ň

    ncaron
  • ʼn

    napostrophe
  • Ō

    Omacron
  • ō

    omacron
  • Ŏ

    Obreve
  • ŏ

    obreve
  • Ő

    Ohungarumlaut
  • ő

    ohungarumlaut
  • Œ

    OE
  • œ

    oe
  • Ŕ

    Racute
  • ŕ

    racute
  • Ŗ

    Rcommaaccent
  • ŗ

    rcommaaccent
  • Ř

    Rcaron
  • ř

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  • Ś

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  • ś

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  • Ŝ

    Scircumflex
  • ŝ

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  • Ş

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  • Š

    Scaron
  • š

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  • Ţ

    uni0162
  • ţ

    uni0163
  • Ť

    Tcaron
  • ť

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  • Ŧ

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  • ŧ

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  • Ũ

    Utilde
  • ũ

    utilde
  • Ū

    Umacron
  • ū

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  • Ŭ

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  • ŭ

    ubreve
  • Ů

    Uring
  • ů

    uring
  • Ű

    Uhungarumlaut
  • ű

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  • Ų

    Uogonek
  • ų

    uogonek
  • Ŵ

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  • ŵ

    wcircumflex
  • Ŷ

    Ycircumflex
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    ycircumflex
  • Ÿ

    Ydieresis
  • Ź

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  • ź

    zacute
  • Ż

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    uni02C8
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  • ˚

    ring
  • ˜

    tilde
  • ˝

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  • ́

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  • ̂

    uni0302
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    uni0304
  • ̆

    uni0306
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  • uni2060
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