I'd like to make my clients use Incopy to collaborate on some documents. The fonts in use are from Typekit.
Does a standard sole Incopy license come with Typekit support so my client can see the right fonts while editing the text in my Indesign files?
Or would this require an extra subscription or seperate font license?
The Incopy page does not give details, other than an asterisk that does not refer to anything on the page.
That page clearly states Typekit font syncing.
I interpret that more as Incopy supporting Typekit. But not sure a single Incopy license (so not a full CC license) actually comes with Typekit.
Also that asterisk is worrying me a bit. I imagine it was supposed to refer to a footer stating something like 'Only available in combination with CC license or additional Typekit license.
Yes, it comes with the Portfolio Typekit plan, the same one that comes with any other single-app or full CC subscription.
Sadly there is nothing specific, they just call it "Premium fonts" in the shopping cart.
However, it's explicitly stated on this Typekit FAQ page from Adobe, that single-app subscriptions come with the Portfolio plan for Typekit.