FF Chartwell isn’t like other faces in that its letters and figures aren’t intended to be displayed; They only serve as placeholders for chart and graph elements. When the discretionary ligatures OpenType feature is enabled, simple strings of numbers are transformed, snapping into place as chart elements. Because it’s type, FF Chartwell’s styles give the typographer very close, familiar control over the elements of each chart. Quickly generate visuals out of data with a few keystrokes. Let it flow naturally from column to column. Easily specify color from the same swatch palette as the source document, either manually or using nested styles. And should the design require “going manual,” convert the chart to outlines for more specific control.