Type & Text
when we're editing type and illustrator, there's two different kinds of type that we have. We've got point type. We've got paragraph type set up a little bit of type right here because I just want to get my type panels in order before we start showing you the point type paragraph type, type on a path, the type rearrangement to all the type fidgeting to all all that stuff. No, there's no type fidgeting tool. Well, wait a second. Yes, there is. So stay with us here just to let you know there are, like, lots of different type tools here. Of all the things we can dio some of these you just shouldn't dio But we're gonna get to that anyway. So in order to go through and we work with our type, we wanna make sure that we have our character and paragraph formatting controls up and active. Now, when we have type in illustrator here, our properties panel shows our character formatting and our paragraph formatting here and to me, that's a little bit too far out of the way and down. So I like to go...
into my window menu under type and bring up my character and my paragraph formatting panels here. I've got these nested together here. Now, yours may look a little bit shorter because, inexplicably, you may have your a short character in a short paragraph panel. You gotta click on the cheese grater. And then you got to show the options so that you can see everything inside here and it's like, Oh, come on, just give me the whole panel. Alright? So there's all of our character formatting. There's all of our paragraph formatting and then some of our open type, which we're gonna talk about, which is really valuable features here. Starting off with the character panel here. This is where we can go through and pick our fonts. We can pick our size and different formats. Here are paragraph is where left centered, right, Justified Turn on, turn off our hyphenation. So we're gonna get to all that here. But first we've got to go through and we've got to get our type tool. We have to do point type in paragraph types. We can understand what it is before we can even get to you. Anything else with a type tool active shortcut, His tea. If I go in and I simply click someplace and I begin to type. This is called point type. That's like Okay, well, just looks like type to me and it's like, Sure it does. All right, that's point type. Which means I can simply click someplace at a point, and I could just type Now if I take point type on, I keep typing. It'll type forever until it, like, reaches the hinterlands of my paste board and weigh on off there and keeps going. And the only way I could get multiple lines with point type is if I take my point type and click on, I begin to type and type and type. And yes, it goes on and on and on and on and on. Way off there. The only way I could get multiple lines here is if I manually go in and I manually put in paragraph returns in order to get this to return. Now that's point type. Okay, well, all right. It's like that looks like type. This looks like type. It's like it does. That's point type. You simply click on a point, any type, forever. This is great. When I'm doing like icons or maps or infographics where I want just a little bit of information so I can put it under a picture or an icon or an illustration and just very nice and easily be able to take that grab that little nugget and just put it right where it needs to go. Paragraph type is when I'm laying out something a little bit more elaborate where I'm gonna have words, paragraphs or multiple paragraphs. And I want to be able to go, and I wanna be able to have the type flow based on my bounding box around my text. So if I take my type tool and I want to create paragraph type paragraph type is me taking the type tool, not just clicking and having inactivate from a point, but I'm actually creating a container in which the copy is going to flow. All right, so when I do this, the biggest difference between point type and paragraph type is this. Okay, this is point type. This is paragraph type right here. When I click on my paragraph type, it looks like I have a bounding box with pull handles Here. I can move this and I can rotate this and with point type. It also looks like I've got a bounding box with pull handles. Mm, they're not the same. If I have paragraph type and I select it with my selection tool and I begin Thio, rearrange the container, make it wider or narrower where the type is going to flow based on the bounding box of my text box paragraph type. Okay. So I can flow the paragraph and I don't have to manually put in my paragraph returns which, on a paragraph, when you have to put in manual returns every single line crazy. So what we have here is point type point type. It's like, Oh, I've got a bounding box there. No, you don't. It looks like a bounding box. I'm gonna zoom in just to go ahead and make it look. It's like, Yes, I've got my pull handles all around there. Those aren't pull handles, folks. When you have point type and you pull on those handles, it just stretches your type, all right? And it's like, wait a second. So here, if I go in and I type something like this and type in flower garden, actually type it incorrectly and zoom out so we can see this. And I think, Oh, you know, I'm just gonna select this with the selection tool. I'm going to break it so that it's narrows the word garden falls and underneath. Uh, not with point type. Point type is what it iss you click on that point. And if you wanna break that, you're gonna have to activate your type tool, which a really nice shortcut to do that is just double click on whatever type you're doing. It will switch from your selection tool over to your type cursor, and then I'd have to manually put in my paragraph return in order to do this. Okay, I can do that. But it's a real pain if I'm doing a whole lot of copy this way. So point type is great, but you go ahead and you stretch it and it totally horizontally or vertically messes with your type. So in that case, that's not the best thing to do. If you want your type to re flow one of the good sides of that well, here's one of the good sides of doing this right here. I could take this. Move it wherever I want to, and I can also rotate this any direction. Okay, and it rotates just fine. And it's like, Well, can't you do that with paragraph type? And the answer is, sure you can. You can go in and you can rotate this and it's like, Uh Oh, look at that. You rotate the box and not the type, and it's like what it's like. You just saw that right paragraph type. So there's advantages to paragraph type. Yes, you can go in and you can change the text box, which then re flows everything right here. So it does have its advantages and its disadvantages. A couple things with paragraph type when we're working with paragraph type is you'll notice that my text container is larger than three amount of type that I have here. At the bottom is a little window shade, and that's exactly what it iss. You click on that little window shade double click on it snaps it right up to the bottom of your text. Now you could also have a new instance where your text container is too small or you have too much copy and you get this red overflow right here. And that red overflow allows us to link containers together. Say, we've got a lot of copy that we want to flow from one page where one art board to another, not pages I can then flow this from one section to another. Rather than copying a chunk out here pasting and junk in here and then copping a little bit here, putting it there. I can actually have these link and flow together. When I see this overflow are over set text indicator here. That means I have to much text inside there, and they can remedy that by double clicking on that window shade and opening it up as well and making sure I have enough container to show absolutely everything. We're gonna cover mawr on text linking here as we get along, because when we get into our next section here, we're gonna have to do our paragraph formatting controls and a lot more formatting on our content. So a couple interesting things with this when I have paragraph type. How do I know it's paragraph type one. When I rotate it, the box rotates. The type doesn't second. If I change the size of my container. It really flows. And third, this little lollipop sticking out the right hand side. Little solid lollipop means that I have paragraph type. A open little lollipop right there means you got paragraph type and in the type menu here there's things where you could go in and it says, Convert to point type are things like this convert to area type and you should just say, convert people. You have no idea what that meant. Well, here's the deal. If I'd like to rotate this, I can't rotate it when it's paragraph type because it rotates the box. But it doesn't rotate the text if I go ahead and I double click here. I've now just converted this to point text, which means I can now rotate this very nicely. But if I go in and I start editing what looks like the container, I start squishing or stretching my text here. If I have this and I'd like this to be paragraph type, I could double click on this, and now it turns into paragraph type, which allows me to open this up and then if I remove my paragraph, return that I put in there. I can now go in and I can adjust my box to go ahead and get paragraph type. So I could very easily switch from one to another. Something interesting when I convert from paragraph to what is now point text right here. If I go back to paragraph text here by double clicking and converting that on, I pull this out. Do you notice that it doesn't re flour? And here's the reason why if I go from paragraph two point text, it literally puts returns in after all of those right here. So when I go back to paragraph text, it just doesn't simply re flow magically and automatically like nothing happened. So I do have to go in and remove those. So how did I actually know what? What is there? How do I know that there's paragraph returns there? Well, we know by showing our hidden characters under our tight menu right here, and this has actually gone in and put in soft returns right here. Okay. And those little soft returns are not paragraph returns because paragraph returns is gonna be a solid return. But a soft return is a shift return we're gonna talk about MAWR When we get into paragraph formatting in the next video that we're gonna dio but our hidden characters, we're going to show us how this is being formatted. Spaces, tabs returns, soft returns line break stuff like that. This shows us what's going on. Also are hidden characters to whenever you see this pound sign at the bottom there little hashtag that means worth the end of our copy in that particular text blocks right there. So hidden characters aren't something we normally have turned on an illustrator. We do in design because we do a lot more text editing and in design. But I just want to show you that on how these things actually break. So I just want to show you some of the very basic text formatting fun that we can have with this in here. But I'm going to start off with my type tool, and I'm gonna click and drag and create a text container. One of the new features is it automatically defaults with placeholder copy, which is nice. It works for us right here. We're gonna leave that, but you could just simply type over this or delete it and put in anything that you want as well. With my copy selected here, I'm gonna go over to my character formatting. I'm gonna choose my drop down of my font menu and what's cool with this? It's it's now got actively displayed type, which means I don't have to go in, you know, typeface by typeface. I could just simply take my cursor and hover over, and it will go in and it will actively display what typeface I choose. I'm not even clicking on the typeface. I'm just running my cursor over. You'll also notice here whatever type that you have, you can have it represent here in your type menu so you can actually see what it looks like before you see what it looks like on screen. Now you've got some choices on how this displays up at the top. Here, we've got this thing called selected text. We can choose typography, so it shows the word typography. You can have a quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog so you can see every letter in that particular one, or you can see the actual font itself. That's supposed to be whatever it is like the selected text, and it's the selected text that I have in here. So it represents that, and it's like, Wow, this is awesome. So I could go through. I can pick a particular font here, and then I can pick the particular style or family of that as well and choose from there. Well, you know what happens if I don't know all the fonts that I have in my font list? It would be nice to go through and kind of sort these within their way. Got filters right here. Filter by classifications. Click on the little funnel right here And we can now do it visually if I want to. San Serif Typeface Show me all my sans serif typefaces Show me all my saref. Show me all my slabs. Tariffs, Show me some of my kala graphic ones. What about some really crazy ones? What about little mono space or, you know, fun stuff right there. This is gonna go through and break it all down into all these classifications. And I can clear those classifications so we can see everything here. What happens if there's fonts that I use all the time that air. Really nice. I could go through and I can go through. And at the end of the type here, I can star these. Okay, add them to my favorites. The star doesn't show up until I hover over them. But I can then click the star and say, you know, these are the ones that I really like all the time. These are the ones that I use and Aiken star all those. And then I could go up to my filter and Aiken simply filter the ones that I like all the time to see all my fonts. Aiken simply unclipped the star. My favorites are still there, but I just filter or unfiltered them as I go. So I've got this whole list of fonts that air here that are nice. They're easy to use. And I can also control the size of the preview here small, medium and large, So I can see that. Which is really nice. Okay, now, what happens if I would like to go ahead and get more fonts in here? Well, if you've already subscribed to the creative cloud, one of the great things is that you have hundreds if not thousands of adobe fonts readily available for you to activate for use in any adobe application. You just go to your browser. If you go to your browser and go thio fonts at adobe dot com, you're gonna need to log into your account right here, and you're gonna get all these fonts that you can use. And you can search for all these fonts. You can browse the fonts up here. You can go through. You can see what kind of sample text you're gonna have with all these. And what kind of fonts do you want? Sand Saref. Sarah fonts here. Script, Black letter decorative. Right here. And you could just scroll through and be like, Oh, my gosh, these air just I'm looking for a decorative font because I want to do some type of invitation, and it's like, Okay, this is great. I could go through and I confined these, and I'm like, you find something that you really like, something kind of gothic, something kind of quirky, you know, it's like I like this. All you have to do is click on this right here. You can see the fonts that you really like, and then you could just simply go in and say, You know what? I want to activate this fun right here and you activate the whole thing and it goes through and it tells you. Okay, here's how. Here's how it works. And what this does is it doesn't actually give you the font. You can't. You will never physically get the font so you can have it and download it. What this does is this simply activates your font so that you could go in here. And now that font that we just activated right here and it's like, Oh, jeez, what was that font that I just activated? I could go in and say, Hey, show the most recently added ones here and I can see the ones that are the most recently activated right there. And then I can find the ones that I just put in there and be like, Oh, that's awesome right there. Cool. And I can now use that fund before you were limited to 100 fonts. Now you can have as many fonts as you want, and again, this is just activates it in here. You don't actually own the fonts. You're basically just renting the fonts as long as you have the creative cloud application. So if you're running low on fonts here, you never are. I can tell you that. Okay? You can always go back to any font, any type of style. Look at every single one here and go through. Download these for your use. And literally there's 138 pages of fonts with absolutely everything. I mean, it's nothing short of amazing here. And a little shout out here for those of you that know Laura Worthington, she's a satellite here. Oh, my gosh. You can get some of the most awesome cool, crazy, fantastic, delicious fonts. Whatever. Laura is amazing. She does calligraphy and stuff like that. And if you want some of the most fantastic knock your socks off stuff. There it is, you know, and they're all available right here. And every single typefaces that she does is absolutely amazing. And, you know, she didn't pay me to say this, but I just want to throw that out there Totally great cool stuff. So once you activate your fonts, they're gonna be right here in ur character panel for use as you go through and you can add as many as you want. Use them however you want to. Now when it comes Thio, you picked your font. You've got everything set up here. Now you want to go in and I want to start adjusting the point size and letting the current in the tracking and stuff like that. So pretty simple stuff. I'm gonna go in and to select my copy. And I'm not a big fan of going and clicking and dragging and making sure we get everything. Because here in this case, I've got my little text overflow, which tells me there's more text in this container that I'm seeing. If I simply select everything in the container, I'm gonna leave out some of that. So I love this feature, which is command a which is select all when I have my type cursor selected for my type tool selected. I can select everything inside the text container so I can have that active so I can actively change every single piece of fought, whether I can see it or not. Right now, I've got my point size here. I've got my drop down menu, My up down Arrows here. I love shortcuts. Okay, Shift command shift, command period and comma, which also shares with your greater than and less than I call that my greater than and less than key. So shift command greater than is going to increase the font size shift Command less than is gonna decrease the font size right here. Now, this is doing it in one point increments and way back at the start of this whole thing, he showed you how to set your preferences here. Now, if you didn't set your preferences when you use your shift command greater than or less than this is gonna increase it in two point increments, which I think is too much to go ahead and increase in decrease. So you can always go to your properties panel here. And if you have nothing selected at all, you have to de select everything. You could go in your preferences here or go under your preferences here. And then we can go under either general or type. I'm gonna go under type here and here. I'm going to set this so that my pre presets here are going to do my size and letting in one point increments instead of two. I set this toe 1 10 and one instead of 2. 20 and two, which is the normal right there. I think those presets are too coarse for what I'm doing. So I set that they're gonna go back, select my text container double click to activate my type tool, use my awesome command A and then shift command greater than shift command less than increases and decreases the size of my font, my letting in space between lines. And you'll notice that the letting is in parentheses. Because the letting is set to auto an auto. Letting simply means whatever the point sizes. It has 20% mawr letting. So when I go and I increase the size of my font here, it's automatically going to increase the size of my letting, too. So as I go through and do this and I said this toe auto, it's always gonna be 20% more than my size of my font. So 10 points, 20% more. It's 12 shortcut for doing letting this option or all up arrow is gonna tighten up your letting option or down arrow is going to loosen up you're letting. And this is all gonna happen in one point increments, which is what we just set in our preferences. Okay, Now, when it comes to doing headlines here, I'm gonna go in, and I'm going to specifically set this headline very large. I'm gonna up the letting right here. The next settings that we have here are Koerting, and tracking and turning and tracking are very important, Especially when you become a type snob like I am where I like things to look just right. I mean, they have to look delicious and perfect and everything. It's kind of like biting into that chocolate and finding out that that wasn't the one you wanted. Okay, You want everything to be tasty and type is that way. I mean, if you're gonna pick a beautiful typeface, you gotta make it look really good. So Koerting and tracking is very important and current in this space between the actual characters of the letters and some typefaces. And I'm gonna zoom in on this so we can see we normally do Kern ing on headline type here. And when I look at this, everything seems to be current very nicely where the spaces between the letters all look pretty good. Some typefaces, the current ing or the space between the characters A little bit off and it just doesn't look very good. In fact, let me find a typeface here that the current is a little bit off here that I don't particularly like. And it's going to kind of be like, you know, we need to fix that because we gotta make this look good. Uh, this looks pretty good here. OK, so I notice that the spaces between these look pretty good. But then the spaces between the D and the L and the else seems to be a little bit mawr a little bit bigger than everything else. So I'm gonna just the character spacing, Okay? This is not stretching the type or anything. This is just going in, and it's adding or taking out space in between there. So the visual spacing is going to look consistent overall. And if I put my cursor between there, I could go in with my tracking here, or Mike earning. I should say that I could go ahead and can reduce that down. And by reducing it is gonna bring that together. Shortcut for that is gonna be option Left arrow. It's gonna bring those together what I'm trying to do when I have headline type here that's larger than body copy. What I want to do is I want to make sure that each and every letter has consistent looking spacing. Okay, So what? I'm not having larger, smaller gaps between them, and I get very picky about this. So I go in and I love to Kern everything okay? Just to make it look tasty and delicious and make it all happen. So it looks good overall. So that's Koerting. The space between characters. People get letting and koerting confused. It's really simple letting a space between lines, turning a space between characters, So letting lines turning characters. Now tracking seems to be the exact same thing is current ing and it is the Onley difference between tracking and current is what you have selected. I may have type overall that maybe a little bit funky in terms of making sure that, like all the letter spacing, is just right, you may have some copy in here. That is, you know, not completely space. Like the way you want it, Thio, So I may want to go in and I want to put a little bit more letter spacing overall. No, I'm not gonna go in between every single character and do it for thousands of characters. That's where the tracking comes in the tracking. It's the same shortcut that's the next little window over. It's doing all the space between the characters, But I'm not putting my cursor between one character. I'm selecting them all, and then I can ADM. Or by using my option, right arrow, And that just gives me more space between the characters. So that's looser tracking. And then I use my option left arrow, which tightens the tracking here. You don't wanna go too tight, because then the letters start piling on top of each other. It doesn't look good, but some fonts it may just look like they're spaced out just a little bit too much, a little bit hard to read because that visual spacing isn't right on. So I'm gonna use my option left arrow. I'm gonna bring it in. It's not stretching the type. Heaven forbid you should stretch type. There's ugly enough type faces out there use an ugly typeface if you wanted to look bad. But by all means do not stretch your type, but definitely current and track everything. So here is your stretchy type right here. Your vertical, your horizontal. Uh, don't do it. This is the No No zone. Don't do it. Don't touch it. If you do, don't let me know. Okay? Next is your little superscript your baseline shift. This is really handy when we do stuff like little trademark stuff where I want to go in and put the trademark in here. And I just want to boost this up off the baseline a little bit more to get the just right above the excite. So it fits in that nice little beautiful spot right there. Um, this is not something that I use on an entire line. This is like doing a superscript or a footnote or something where I just want to shift it from the baseline a little bit right there. We also have our all caps in. Here are lower case caps on our superscript and subscript as well. So I could do something like this where I have, like, my options are right there. and I wanted to superscript that option are and I wanted to move. Then move that up a little bit more. So there's a combination of that as well. One word of advice. Don't ever type in all caps. If you do want something in all caps, type in lower case and then go ahead and apply your all caps feature because if you type in all caps, then you have to make it lower caps. You gotta retyped the whole thing. Don't do it. Underscore Right there. There you have it. And then this is your dictionary that you have right here. If you want to go through and do spellcheck, which is also quite useful to go through and do your spell checking right there, which is going to be here. I am in in design. We'll find out where it is, but we can go through and check our spelling. So basic character formatting. They're nice shortcuts. So shift command greater than less than does your point size option up or down? Arrow does your letting space between letters is koerting So option left or right arrow Kearns tighter or looser. And when you select copy overall this is tracking option Left Arrow is gonna bring that all together. So there's just your very basics of going in and picking the font, setting the point size, letting turning, tracking and making it look all good happy. Now we can do the same thing with point type. We could do the same thing with paragraph type. It doesn't matter what kind of type you have, because in this case, we were just editing the character size. It's all the same functions our paragraph formatting comes in where we would like to go in. And we would like to set our paragraphs right, centered or left justified here, which is pretty simple stuff. And then whether or not we want to go through and hyphenate or not hyphenate, I'm a big fan of having no hyphenation in here is well so basic formatting. And when we get into our next video, we're gonna talk about our space before in space after, because that's where paragraph formatting really comes into play. Now we also have our open type feature and are open type. Feature is interesting. I'm gonna also show you glyphs here. So under the type man, you're gonna show you cliffs. These are the two things I want to show you. We're gonna show you cliffs first. Glyphs are interesting because we may want to access certain things in the typeface that air not readily available inside the typeface or accessible by the keyboard here. So I may have a typeface selected here. Whatever one I've got that I can choose the typeface here just by going in and choosing from my glyphs panel. But what is the cliffs panel on? Why would I be using this? Well, the Cliffs panel is for characters that I don't have normal access to the keyboard. A lot of it has to do with accent marks for foreign languages and stuff like that. I mean, do you know how to go in and get that little e with the accent over it? Right there? You know, maybe I've got this and I need to have that little e with the accent. And you don't know how to go through and get that accent. Well, you could go through to your cliffs panel. You call up your cliffs panel and you can select your font that you're in. It is gonna put it right here. And then you can go to the letter or character that you wanna have right here. Select it and you can then go in and double click, and it's then going to go ahead and get that from that font. Now each font has a different set of Cliff. Some of them have a lot of them. Some of them have a few, but there's a lot of them that's going to have a lot of different ones. This one happens to have Cyrillic and a few other things, too little symbols that air in here that you'd normally find. This one's got a really nice set of fractions. Not all of them have fractions that do 3rd and 8th, most of them half quarter, three quarters. So this one's a good one for doing recipes, and I've done a recipe book, too, So it's nice to have these kind of things. But beyond going through and hunting down certain things here in the font, there are certain fonts out there that have, you know, they aren't characters, but they're like embellishments and things like that. And I know one of those things, like wing dings or Web dings or stuff like that. You have that, And how do you go through and find out what they actually have? Well, we used to do what's called the typewriter swipe where we just put our cursor, and then we just wipe across each row of the keyboard and to hope that we come up with a symbol that's in there. Well, now you don't have to. So if you're hunting down something and you want to find wing dings or Zapf dingbats or whatever and you want to find certain symbols that are in there, that's awesome. Now there's certain ones in here, and I'm gonna find one that's got a flourishing here, and it's really easy to find by using this, Um, right here, go in. I'm gonna select my copy, and I'm gonna find something that's got flourishes in here by using my, um, using this and I confined what's got got Emojis there if you're looking for Emojis, but ones that have some flourishes here we go, but only ornaments right there. Okay, now if I choose but Dhoni ornaments. There's so many Mawr in here that I have access to by hitting the keyboard and I can find a whole lot of these through here, so that's gonna be really cool and really beneficial. So definitely give glitz to try. If you've never tried them, they're tasty and delicious, with or without bacon. But glyphs are going to be like that next step. If you're really looking for special characters now, what I want to show you is I want to show you the open type features and there's a whole bunch of stuff with open type features. But there's a couple here that I think are really cool. Um, that I like to have and one of them is ligatures and ligatures are when we get, like efs together and f l f I is that kind of stuff. And a ligature is when you come through when you have something like this, where if I go in and I have no ligature, you can see that the F f and I are all totally separate. Okay, well, typefaces, usually when they have letters that are touching each other, especially F l f I s that kind of stuff, I could go in and I can actually set those ligatures to go through and you can see how it basically connects it all is one piece. So if you were typing something along here and you have your ligatures turned on and I start typing the word office, it automatically goes in, and it automatically puts those together as ligatures instead of having them is three separate, um, pieces of type three separate letters. It goes through and allows you to to ligatures. And there's a whole bunch of really cool, open type stuff that we're not gonna get into in this video because it's very, very user specific. But if you're familiar with it, definitely do some research on that because you could do some cool things. Plus, there are certain typefaces that offer, like an initial caps here on certain, you know, more scripted typefaces. What they could do is they can offer you different characters of the same letter. This is especially true for, like, capital letters. You know, maybe I have a flourishing typeface, and I have the letter l what they may offer you three different letter else when it's a little bit flourishing when it's a lot and one that's gonna be crazy over the top and you can access all these different ones through the open type because they have built these into some of the fonts here. So definitely take a look into that because you can create some very interesting things people like, What's that typeface? And you're like, Well, this is what it is and it's like, Well, I use that one and I haven't seen those characters and it's I can't They could be hidden in the Cliffs panel, but also you may access those through the open type feature two, which is really quite interesting. So the way you can tell if there's other flourishes or there's other characters in here, you'll notice when I highlight this particular type. When I get this little L down here, it's like, Why is it showing me that these air, the open type features? So if I was using a flourishing typeface here and there was multiple ones, I could access it right through here. It's gonna show me all the different ones here, but I don't know which ones are the flourishing typefaces that actually would have this kind of stuff because they don't have a lot of flourishing typefaces in here as I go through. I don't know if I'll be able to find any, but it's something that you can definitely try. And some of the typefaces that you download may actually tell you that there's certain flourishes in there. It's hard to see. Let me see if I could do this. Do this as well. Now there's no open type. There's not an open typeface. But if you get that little character in the corner, you may get several different ones there. And those are just the different variations that you can get on that font there. So definitely take a look at that, Um, if you're interested. So that's our basic formatting. That's our basic characters. Those There are paragraph on our basic open type features right here to go through and be able to work with this and put all this content together