What is the Alternate Gothic Pro font?
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Alternate Gothic Pro is one of the fonts of the SoftMaker font library.
Designed by Morris Fuller Benton in 1903 as a complement to his Franklin Gothic type, Alternate Gothic was created to solve a common problem: fitting headlines in narrow columns. For that purpose, it comes with three similar styles of varying widths. More…
SoftMaker’s Alternate Gothic Pro typeface family contains OpenType layout tables for sophisticated typography. It also comes with a huge character set that covers not only Western European languages, but also includes Central European, Baltic, Croatian, Slovene, Romanian, and Turkish characters.
Case-sensitive punctuation signs for all-caps titles are included as well as many fractions, an extensive set of ligatures, and separate sets of tabular and proportional digits.
Alternate Gothic Pro Font families
The Alternate Gothic Pro includes the following font families:
- Alternate Gothic No1 Pro
- Alternate Gothic No2 Pro
- Alternate Gothic No3 Pro
Alternate Gothic Pro Preview
Here is a preview of how Alternate Gothic Pro will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.