TTF stands for True Type Font and OTF stands for Open Type Font. These are file extensions that indicate that the file is a font. You can use either of these in Cricut Design Space or Silhouette Studio.
If you used Attach for your cursive font, each of the letters will be treated as a separate layer, and every part – even those that connect, will be cut out. You need to use Weld for cursive fonts to turn the text into one continuous line. Learn more here: https://makersgonnalearn.com/using-cursive-in-cricut-design-space/
This is a common issue with skinny fonts. Check out this article to find out how to fix it: https://makersgonnalearn.com/how-to-kern-script-fonts/
We’ve got some tips for you here: https://makersgonnalearn.com/how-to-pair-fonts-in-cricut-design-space/
Check out this article: https://makersgonnalearn.com/how-to-personalize-a-cut-file/
This will show you how: https://makersgonnalearn.com/changing-cut-file-colors/
Under the terms of our Commercial License available to yearly members, designs and fonts may be sold on a physical product. However, the file containing a design or font itself may not be sold individually or as a bundle with the physical product.
Our commercial license is available to our monthly, 6-month and yearly members. Check the terms of the commercial license on your member dashboard for full details.
It’s easy. We show you how in this video – https://makersgonnalearn.com/videos/how-to-download-and-use-3rd-party-cut-files-and-fonts-in-cricut-design-space/
Yearly members can! As an annual member, one of your benefits is that the files and fonts come with a FREE Commercial Use License that can be used to sell the items you create with this membership.