Fonts are software, and as usual with software you do not ‘buy’ our font software but pay a license fee and then are granted the (non-exclusive and non-transferable) right to use it. Typeface design and font software are and remain intellectual property of and are owned by KLTF.
Please see our end user license agreement for details about licensing and using KLTF font software.
Our addemdum kicks in if you license Try Out font software.
1 license is for up to 1 user within your organization.
For more than 1 user within your organization, you need more licenses. To find out how many, please enter the number of users on any font page or check the table provided at the bottom of the shopping cart page.
For more than 100 users within your organisation, please send us an email. For more than 200 users within your organisation, please get in touch too, we may offer you font customizations at a special rate.

System & application requirements

Minimum system requirement for our PostScript-flavored OpenType fonts are Mac OSX or Windows XP/2000.
Please note that not all operating systems and applications support OpenType features and kerning equally well, may support only some, or may support none at all. Many Windows applications, even in 7/Vista/XP, do not support OpenType features, cannot access Central European characters, or may not even recognize kerning.


Having completed order and payment, at MyCommerce who serves as our distributor, you should receive an email which includes a download link. Please provide a working email address and, just in case, also check your spam folder for email from either Digital River (parent company), MyCommerce, or Share-it! (distribution platform).
In case of any download problems: Don’t panic! Just send us an email.
KLTF font software is packaged in .zip files. After downloading, double-click a .zip file to decompress it.
Please keep downloaded .zip files at a save place as backups.


Copy .otf font files into the Library / Fonts folder and they will be available to every user of the computer.
To make fonts available to yourself only, or if you do not have administrator rights to add fonts to the Library / Fonts folder, you may copy .otf font files into your own font folder at Users / [Your User Name] / Library / Fonts.
Alternatively, install fonts via OSX’s Font Book.
Windows 10/7/Vista/XP/2000
Open the Fonts folder by clicking through Start / Control Panel / Appearance and Personalization / Fonts in Windows 10, 7 or Vista, through Start / Control Panel / Fonts in Windows XP, and through Start / Settings / Control Panel / Fonts in Windows 2000. Then drag’n’drop .otf fonts into this Fonts folder.

Install updates

Before installing font updates, i.e. more recent versions of fonts already installed on your computer, consider to perform the following steps in OSX and Windows alike:
1. Close all applications.
2. Search the system partition of your harddisk for ‘AdobeFnt’. In Windows, activate the options for searching hidden files and searching the system folder! Delete all files named like ‘AdobeFntXX.lst’ where XX is a number.
3. Just in case ... restart.
Now you can savely install update font files as described above.
When updating fonts, it may be necessary to delete the operating system’s font caches e.g. with FontNuke and Tiger Cache Cleaner.
Also see this more up-to-date recommendation (note Option 1, steps 3 and 4).