A sample text in FF Mister K Regular shows a casual handwriting style with many connected characters. Looking closely, you find low, medium and high connections. How it’s done? … with many hundred alternate glyphs and the OpenType feature code to determine where they are inserted.
Creating a readable text means giving it a balanced typographic flow. But balancing too much can make it monotonous, boring. So, to give FF Mister K texts more character, a wide range of ligatures with ‘extraordinary’ forms were included, especially in the Regular. And OpenType feature code fixes the places where they appear.
With FF Mister K you can pretend to be writing without correction liquid and keep your mistakes visible. Let readers see your brain at work and show how you are editing and correcting your text. Special editing and correction marks are available for all three FF Mister K text fonts.
FF Mister K Regular, Onstage and Crossout have a wide language support. See below for a list of all the languages you can write in with the Standard and with the Pro version.