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One uncommon exception to this is Hermann Zapf 's Melior.

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Its outstroke serifs are one-sided, but they don't curve up. Four ampersands in regular and italic styles. Outside the regular alphabet , there are other italic types for symbols: Ampersand resembles an ET ligature more than the Roman version e. Question mark resembles a reversed Latin S. Usage[ edit ] A common view of when to use italics and bold text.

An additional option for emphasis is to use small capitals for a word or name to stand out. This is called stress in speech.

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The titles of works that stand by themselves, such as books including those within a larger series , albums, paintings, plays, and periodicals : "He wrote his thesis on The Scarlet Letter". Works that appear within larger works, such as short stories, poems, or newspaper articles, are not italicised, but merely set off in quotation marks. When italics are unavailable, such as on a typewriter or websites that do not support formatting, an underscore or quotes are often used instead. Mentioning a word as an example of a word rather than for its semantic content see use—mention distinction : "The word the is an article".

Using a letter or number mentioned as itself: John was annoyed; they had forgotten the h in his name once again. When she saw her name beside the 1 on the rankings, she finally had proof that she was the best. Introducing or defining terms, especially technical terms or those used in an unusual or different way: [31] "Freudian psychology is based on the ego, the super-ego, and the id.

News Gothic , a grotesque design, has an oblique 'italic', like many designs of the period. Gothic Italic no.

Oblique type or slanted roman, sloped roman is type that is slanted, but lacking cursive letterforms, with features like a non-descending f and double-storey a, unlike "true italics". Many sans-serif typefaces use oblique designs sometimes called "sloped roman" styles instead of italic ones; some have both italic and oblique variants. Type designers have described oblique type as less organic and calligraphic than italics, which in some situations may be preferred.

With a partly-oblique lower case, it also makes the italic capitals inline in the style of blackletter capitals in the larger sizes of the metal type.

It was developed by Rudolph Koch, a type designer who had previously specialised in to blackletter font design which does not use italics ; Walter Tracy described his design as "uninhibited by the traditions of roman and italic". He argued in his article Towards an Ideal Italic that serif book typefaces should have as the default sloped form an oblique and as a complement a script typeface where a more decorative form was preferred. When we added more slope, it seemed that the font required a little more cursive to it.

In addition, computer programmes may generate an 'italic' style by simply slanting the regular style if they cannot find an italic or oblique style, though this may look awkward with serif fonts for which an italic is expected. Professional designers normally do not simply tilt fonts to generate obliques but make subtle corrections to correct the distorted curves this introduces. Many sans-serif families have oblique fonts labelled as italic, whether or not they include "true italic" characteristics.

More complex usage[ edit ] Italics within italics[ edit ] If something within a run of italics needs to be italicised itself, the type is normally switched back to non-italicized roman type: "I think The Scarlet Letter had a chapter about that, thought Mary. It is followed by the main narrative that is outside both. It is also non-italicised and therefore not obviously separated from the former. The reader must find additional criteria to distinguish between these.

Here, apart from using the attribute of italic—non-italic styles, the title also employs the attribute of capitalization. Citation styles in which book titles are italicised differ on how to deal with a book title within a book title; for example, MLA style specifies a switch back to roman type, whereas The Chicago Manual of Style 8.

An alternative option is to switch to an 'upright italic' style if the typeface used has one; this is discussed below. Left-leaning italics[ edit ] A 'backslanted' italic Didone typeface, made for display use by the Figgins foundry of London.

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The typeface is an example of the increasingly attention-grabbing, bold and dramatic fonts becoming popular in British display typography in the early nineteenth century. Left-leaning italics are very rare in Latin alphabet use, where their use is mostly restricted to occasional use where an attention-grabbing effect is sought. Some font families, such as Venus , Roemisch, Topografische Zahlentafel, include left leaning fonts and letters designed for German cartographic map production, even though they do not support Arabic characters.

Since italic styles clearly look different from regular roman styles, it is possible to have 'upright italic' designs that have a cursive style but remain upright.

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In Latin-script countries, upright italics are rare but are sometimes used in mathematics or in complex texts where a section of text already in italics needs a 'double italic' style to add emphasis to it.

Mentioning a word as an example of a word rather than for its semantic content see use—mention distinction : "The word the is an article". Using a letter or number mentioned as itself: John was annoyed; they had forgotten the h in his name once again.

When she saw her name beside the 1 on the rankings, she finally had proof that she was the best. Introducing or defining terms, especially technical terms or those used in an unusual or different way: [31] "Freudian psychology is based on the ego, the super-ego, and the id. News Gothic , a grotesque design, has an oblique 'italic', like many designs of the period. Gothic Italic no. Oblique type or slanted roman, sloped roman is type that is slanted, but lacking cursive letterforms, with features like a non-descending f and double-storey a, unlike "true italics".

Many sans-serif typefaces use oblique designs sometimes called "sloped roman" styles instead of italic ones; some have both italic and oblique variants. Type designers have described oblique type as less organic and calligraphic than italics, which in some situations may be preferred.

With a partly-oblique lower case, it also makes the italic capitals inline in the style of blackletter capitals in the larger sizes of the metal type. It was developed by Rudolph Koch, a type designer who had previously specialised in to blackletter font design which does not use italics ; Walter Tracy described his design as "uninhibited by the traditions of roman and italic".

He argued in his article Towards an Ideal Italic that serif book typefaces should have as the default sloped form an oblique and as a complement a script typeface where a more decorative form was preferred. When we added more slope, it seemed that the font required a little more cursive to it.

In addition, computer programmes may generate an 'italic' style by simply slanting the regular style if they cannot find an italic or oblique style, though this may look awkward with serif fonts for which an italic is expected.

Professional designers normally do not simply tilt fonts to generate obliques but make subtle corrections to correct the distorted curves this introduces. Many sans-serif families have oblique fonts labelled as italic, whether or not they include "true italic" characteristics. More complex usage[ edit ] Italics within italics[ edit ] If something within a run of italics needs to be italicised itself, the type is normally switched back to non-italicized roman type: "I think The Scarlet Letter had a chapter about that, thought Mary.

It is followed by the main narrative that is outside both. It is also non-italicised and therefore not obviously separated from the former. The reader must find additional criteria to distinguish between these. Here, apart from using the attribute of italic—non-italic styles, the title also employs the attribute of capitalization. Citation styles in which book titles are italicised differ on how to deal with a book title within a book title; for example, MLA style specifies a switch back to roman type, whereas The Chicago Manual of Style 8.

An alternative option is to switch to an 'upright italic' style if the typeface used has one; this is discussed below. Left-leaning italics[ edit ] A 'backslanted' italic Didone typeface, made for display use by the Figgins foundry of London.

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The typeface is an example of the increasingly attention-grabbing, bold and dramatic fonts becoming popular in British display typography in the early nineteenth century. Left-leaning italics are very rare in Latin alphabet use, where their use is mostly restricted to occasional use where an attention-grabbing effect is sought.

Some font families, such as Venus , Roemisch, Topografische Zahlentafel, include left leaning fonts and letters designed for German cartographic map production, even though they do not support Arabic characters.

Since italic styles clearly look different from regular roman styles, it is possible to have 'upright italic' designs that have a cursive style but remain upright. In Latin-script countries, upright italics are rare but are sometimes used in mathematics or in complex texts where a section of text already in italics needs a 'double italic' style to add emphasis to it.

Donald Knuth 's Computer Modern has an alternate upright italic as an alternative to its standard italic, since its intended use is complex mathematics typesetting.

The popular book typeface Bembo has been sold with two italics: one reasonably straightforward design that is commonly used today, and an alternative upright 'Condensed Italic' design, far more calligraphic, as a more eccentric alternative.

An exception to this rule applies when only one end of the parenthetical is italicised in which case roman type is preferred, as on the right of this example. In The Elements of Typographic Style , however, it is argued that since Italic delimiters are not historically correct, the upright versions should always be used, while paying close attention to kerning.

In media where italicization is not possible, alternatives are used as substitutes: In typewritten or handwritten text, underlining is typically used. In plain-text computer files, including e-mail communication, italicised words are often indicated by surrounding them with slashes or other matched delimiters.

Commonly interpreted as underlining, which is an alternative to italics. Commonly interpreted as bold. This and the previous example signify italic in Markdown. Where the italics do not indicate emphasis, but are marking a title or where a word is being mentioned or defined as a direct object , quotation marks may be substituted: The word "the" is an article. The term "even number" refers to a number that is a multiple of 2.In order to maintain a sturdy and heavy weighting, while adding text-size readability, wide capitals are used alongside appropriately widthed lowercase letters.

Since italic styles clearly look different from regular roman styles, it is possible to have 'upright italic' designs that have a cursive style but remain upright. Some font families, such as Venus , Roemisch, Topografische Zahlentafel, include left leaning fonts and letters designed for German cartographic map production, even though they do not support Arabic characters.

When we added more slope, it seemed that the font required a little more cursive to it. Less common differences include a descender on the z and a ball on the finishing stroke of an h, which curves back to resemble a b somewhat.

Donald Knuth 's Computer Modern has an alternate upright italic as an alternative to its standard italic, since its intended use is complex mathematics typesetting. Many sans-serif typefaces use oblique designs sometimes called "sloped roman" styles instead of italic ones; some have both italic and oblique variants.

License Please read the current Typodermic Fonts license agreement at http: Donald Knuth 's Computer Modern has an alternate upright italic as an alternative to its standard italic, since its intended use is complex mathematics typesetting.

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