Since summer 2011, the full typeface range of the Neue Frutiger
® font family has been Paneuropean W1G-compliant. Greek and Cyrillic characters for all font versions of the family have been added and more than 600 glyphs in each case mean that it’s possible to use the font for at least 89 different languages. Global enterprises can now make their corporate fonts available to even more countries and designers can use the classic Neue Frutiger for their creations in Greek and Cyrillic.
Please note that if you don’t need the full font W1G collection, you can also produce Cyrillic text using less expensive font ranges that include only Cyrillic characters.
The font was subsequently further extended in early 2013 to include an upper case ‘ß’ (a glyph that is becoming increasingly common in German-language texts) and the currency symbols for the Turkish Lira and the Indian Rupee. In addition, the missing tone marks for the Chinese phonetic script Pinyin have been added ensuring that this international font can now be used in even more contexts.
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