Shirley is a script font that combined brush lettering with traditional hand writing. Shirley is multipurpose and flexible, make it easy to match with another typefaces to create some beautiful project such as wedding invitation, vintage design, greeting card, poster, book cover, illustration, etc.
Shirley comes with 445 glyphs in total and has given PUA unicode (specially coded fonts), with tons of alternate characters. It was divided into a several OpenType feature such as Ligature, Contextual Alternates, Stylistic Alternates, and Stylistic Sets. To enable the OpenType Stylistic alternates, you need a program that supports OpenType features such as Adobe Illustrator CS, Adobe Indesign & CorelDraw X6-X7.
The pack can be accessed in full by any crafter or designer, without the requirement for extra design software. Which you can mix and match to fit your design.
Languages Supported; Breton, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Estonian,French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Romanian, Scottish Gaelic, Slovak, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, English, Finnish, Polish, Portuguese, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Welsh. Basically, all european languages that are based on latin alphabet
Shirley Script (.OTF & .TTF)
Shirley Script (.TTF
How to Access OpenType Features?
In Adobe Illustrator or InDesign; simply open Window Type Glyphs, it will show the Glyphs panel. By default, it will show the entire glyphs contained in the font. If you block a glyph, you can find alternative characters to that glyph easily by changing ‘Entire Font’ to ‘Alternates for Current Selection’ in the Show section.
For other programs that doesn’t support OpenType features or Glyphs Panel such as Photoshop, you can use Character Map in Windows to access the alternate characters; simply follow this tutorial – https://youtu.be/BScPsiubM1k