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February 28, 2013 at 7:50 am #126426
> Having said that, I would not subscribe to Typekit. They merely provide a service, i. e., you don’t get to keep the fonts. I’d rather pay a bit more upfront but get them fonts for life.
Unfortunately that’s not possible. Adobe explicitly forbids embedding .ttf/.otf files of Adobe fonts directly into a webpage in their EULA. That’s kind of the whole point of Typekit (and WebINK etc): to use Adobe fonts on the web.