I just saw a nice font on a new uploaded theme and after looking what it is I found it on that site : https://www.fontspring.com/fonts/synthview/novecento
Not sure how the $70 web license work, does it mean I pay $70 and I can use it in my themes?
I saw some other fonts didn’t have that “unlimited domains” so maybe this one is good for themes.
If someone knows how it work, please let me know.
I’ve seen Proxima Nova(commercial font) that can’t be redistributed, it looks like there are no rules on this, unless the font owner sends a DMCA, there’s not much Envato does against illegal font usage.
As for licensing that font, you should contact those guys, they’re the only ones that can tell you whether you can use it or not.
Hey, thanks Doru, just contacted them.
@FinalDestiny Yeah maybe it’s used in demo and then in the documentation there is explanation on how to get these fonts if they are for personal use or anything .. would be a way to do it I guess.
I doubt it, most of the authors were new so most likely they included it directly in the download package, lol.
Maybe stupid and bit off-topic, but while ago i saw that font and thinked of it for some idea for TF, until i realised is all caps.
Ah, yeah I saw that too It’s a nice font though.
I was wondering the same thing. Let us know what you find out!
I came across this theme: http://themeforest.net/item/konzept-fullscreen-portfolio-wordpress-theme/2383907 (which uses the same font)
KONZEPT uses Novecento font by Synthview, available from Fontspring. You need to accept Novecento’s EULA agreement before downloading if you’re planning to use it in your commercial or non-commercial projects: [View License].
Another theme with the same font is here: http://themeforest.net/item/zend-responsive-blogmagazine-wordpress-theme/3139105
Here is a link to the licence: http://typography.synthview.com/eula-free-fontv1-02.pdf
Inside it mentions about distribution, which I believe clarifies the issue.
Hope that helps.