Minimum system requirements
- Intel® Pentium,® Intel Centrino,® Intel Xeon,® or Intel Core™ Duo processor
- Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista™
- 16 MB of RAM (32 MB recommended)
Fonts from Font Folio 11 may also be installed under Microsoft Windows 98, Windows Millennium Edition,
and Windows NT® 4.0 with Service Pack 4 if you install Adobe Type Manager® (ATM™) Light
4.1 on your system. If using a PostScript® printer on Windows 98/ME, AdobePS™ printer
driver 4.3 or later is recommended. If using a PostScript printer
on Windows NT 4.0, AdobePS printer driver 5.1.2 or later is recommended.
- PowerPC® G4 or G5 or multicore Intel processor
- Mac OS X
- 16 MB of RAM (32 MB recommended)
- If using a PostScript printer, the latest AdobePS printer driver is recommended.
- Note: Fonts from Font Folio 11 may be installed under Mac OS 8.6 through 9.2 with ATM Light 4.6,
and under Classic mode in Mac OS X with ATM Light 4.6.2.
Kino was designed by Martin Dovey in 1930 for the Monotype Corporation. Heavy in weight with the letters clipped at the top and bottom, Kino is unique among display types. Display typefaces with triangular serifs are sometimes called Latins; Kino is referred to as a serifless Latin. Use Kino sparingly in informal display situations.
Menu Names And Style Linking
The fonts in this family have no style links: none are a bold or italic
variant of another.
You should note that selecting a style option such
as bold or italic with any of these faces will either have no effect,
or result in programmatic bolding or slanting of the base font,
which will usually produce inferior screen and print results.
For all fonts of family Kino MT Std: version 2.090 created on Wed Mar 23 16:11:42 2011.
version 2.090 created 2011/03/23
- Added code at end of name ID 3 'Unique Name' to indicate licensing foundry.
- Remove deprecated ForceBold keyword from CFF table.
- Update OS/2 table to version 4: add WPF names name ID 21 and 22 to name table, if needed.
version 2.060 created 2009/07/28
- Added Windows platform name ID 8 - Manufacturer.
version 2.035 created 2007/08/16
- Release for FontFolio 11
- Updated legal notices (trademark and copyright) for accuracy. Amended, changed and deleted as necessary. Ensured 'Notice' field in CFF fontinfo dictionary is the union of copyright and trademark notices in OTF 'name' table.
- Added uni2010 (hyphen2).
- Added 'size' feature containing a design size value.
- Add default language system.
- OpenType language system coverage for script 'dflt' and language 'DFLT' was added.
- First build and release of basic ISOAdobe2 fonts for Library Revision. This is one of a set of fonts which have identical glyph sets and layout features. The following changes were made:
- Removed a superfluous '@FIGURES' class.
- Removed contextual marks from 'frac' feature, making it a regular ligature substitution.
- Duplicated ordfeminine as a.superior, ordmasculine as o.superior.
- Simplified 'ordn' feature. Removed context and changed to substitute a->a.superior and o->o.superior.
- Added 'ordn' to 'aalt'.
- Added a.superior and o.superior to 'sups'.
- Renamed several working names in the alias file to match 'font.pfa' names and ensure their ordering in the font.
version 1.047 created 2003/05/15
- First release as OpenType.
- Some glyphs in the font cannot be accessed unless you are using an OpenType-savvy application.
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