Another grunge treatment to my variant of the classic DIN 1451 Mittelschrift: the shapes have been drooped as if they were vinyl letters sliding down on a lightbox melting the glue on the adhesive. Inspired by unfortunate backlit signs regularly seen... ;)
DINfun Pro Drooped is a professionally reworked font that contains an extended character set for setting text in 65 languages requiring more than the basic A-Z!
Move pointer over one of the small squares to change the larger image on the left...
Only Windows 2000/XP/Vista or newer is supported - earlier versions have limited Unicode (language) support...
Only MacOS X/10 is supported - earlier versions have no Unicode (language) support...
Recommended for "office" or "home" use
TrueType is the format invented by Apple and Microsoft for their operating systems, so for everyday use this is the format of choice. Select if you primarily work in Microsoft Office programs like Word, PowerPoint, Excel - or similar.
Recommended for "graphic design" use
OpenType is the new format made by Adobe and Microsoft - it is based on TrueType technology, but contains Postscript outlines. Select if you primarily work in graphic design programs like Adobe CSs InDesign, PhotoShop or Illustrator - or Quark7.
Not recommended! (and not supplied ;)
The original font format, but not very easy to work with when using foreign languages - because it does not support Unicode text encoding. Use newer programs and OpenType instead.