This was created for the Mac OS X operating system. Unlike the old operating environment versions, the font is stored in the thread of a data file instead of in resource threads. It’s been used as a container for TrueType fonts since 2009 after the release of Mac OS X 10.6, and is gradually replacing the TrueType Collection.
A format for displaying and storing OpenType fonts. It can be scaled without losing font quality. Today the OTF library has more than 10 thousand fonts. Practically all fonts known today have an OpenType version. The format was based on Postscript and supports Unicode. It was initially developed by Microsoft, but today it belongs to Adobe.