8 font family styles
Cursive Regular Style
SC SC-Bold Style
SC SC-Light Style
SC SC-Regular Style
About Neuton Font
Neuton is available as a webfont at: http://code.google.com/webfonts/family?family=Neuton
Neuton is a clean, dark, somewhat Dutch-inspired serif font which reminds you a little of Times. It has a large height, short extenders, and a compact width for better screen use, and economy of space. It is named after Newton County, Arkansas, where the designer currently lives.
The family will comprise a regular, italic, and cursive, each in five weights and with smallcaps. Two italics – one will be called "italic", and the other "cursive" – are uncommon, but very useful. Ever tried emphasizing something already emphasized? Beyond that obvious example, there are other uses.
Sometimes a text needs a different flavor or feel. While one roman can work for a variety of texts, the companion italics don't always. In more classical or personal documents, a stiff, sober, modern and down-to-earth italic will never work. And in many essays, some of the fancier italics look ridiculous. Who said a roman needs only one companion?
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