1. The New FF Chartwell

    At long last, the new FF Chartwell has been released! Four new styles of graphs now accompany the family. The fonts have been released through the FontFont foundry; you may have noticed the FF prefixed to the name. It is a great honor to have worked with their awesome and experienced team.

    The transition to FontFont brings a new EULA. The biggest change is that webfont licenses are no longer available. All previous licenses are still valid, and support will continue to be provided. You can still access the old documentation here

    There are no immediate plans to release the new designs as webfonts, but that could change depending on demand or more elegant solutions. If you’d like to see webfonts come back, make sure to let FontFont know. 

    The new fonts also feature a revised alphabet and beefed up character set for wider language support. Previous users should also note that the charts are now activated by Stylistic Slternates and Stylistic Set 1, rather than the ligature feature. 

    How to use FF Chartwell
    Buy FF Chartwell

    (image courtesy of FontFont)

  2. Chartwell for the Web is Here!

    You can now use Chartwell to create graphs on the web! All licenses come with webfonts* and a javascript plugin enabling support in all browsers that can handle @font-face declarations. 

    Live Demo
    Documentation
    Browser Samples

    If you purchased a license the first time around, you can upgrade with a full discount of your order here.

    *These fonts have not been manually TT hinted, mainly due to the sheer number of glyphs. However, for lack of a better term, since a number of tweaks to the glyph metrics and naming required to enable maximum browser support, ‘webfont’ is the only descriptor that felt mildly appropriate. Check the browser samples for rendering performance. 

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