Website FAQ

There are several methods for searching for fonts on our website.  Each page has a Search box on the right side of the mobile and desktop header.  The Search will recognize keywords, designers, font names, and/or font classifications.  If you desire to sort fonts by classification only, head to the “Fonts” page on the menu bar, and then select a classification from the tabs on the top right of the page.  Keywords, designers, and tags can also be used on individual font pages to group and display all fonts by that particular tag.

There are currently two options for licensing fonts.  The easiest method is to head to the Red Rooster contact page and send an inquiry to International TypeFounders (ITF).  You can also visit on the link, found on individual font pages under “External Licensing.”

ITF accepts payment via Paypal, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express.

Please visit our Terms and Conditions page for payment information.

All fonts purchased from the website are free of shipping charges.  Only physical items, such as CD Collections, incur a shipping charge.

Yes. If you need to re-download your purchase(s), contact the supplier that you bought from. offers the option in your MyFonts account, and ITF will resend its email after verifying your previous order.

Font FAQ

All of Red Rooster’s fonts are PostScript OpenType fonts. If you need to order fonts in TrueType format, please contact us via our contact form.

If you can supply us a high quality sample of the typeface you are trying to identify we will endeavor to identify the design for you.  We can work from most of the common file formats including JPG, GIF, PNG, TIF and BMP.

All fonts are supplied in ZIP files.  Double-clicking the ZIP file should open the ZIP file allowing you to save the fonts to a convenient folder ready for installing. If the ZIP file does not open you will need to download the free WinZip utility (PC).  Apple users can use the free StuffIt Expander utility on desktop, or the free iZip application if on mobile.

OpenType was developed by Microsoft and Adobe Systems as a successor to the TrueType and PostScript font formats.  The OpenType font format supports both PostScript and TrueType outlines, and the font data is stored in a single file.  This means there is no need to install separate printer and screen fonts, as is the case with PostScript fonts.

The OpenType format also supports larger character sets, extensive language support and advanced typographic features such as automatic control of ligatures, fractions, and alternate characters, to name a few.

Many applications use specific mechanisms to access the extended character sets of fonts. In addition you can use Operating System utilities.  On a PC you can use Alt Codes or the Character Map utility, and on Macs you can press Control-Command-Space Bar to bring up the Character Viewer.

Our standard Desktop Font License covers five users.  Please refer to the ITF End User License Agreement (EULA) for specifics on licensing.

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