Does a font used for in a picture on the web fall under the "webfont" category?

Vasil StanevVasil Stanev Posts: 552
edited February 24 in Type Business
Hello,
I am about to buy a font to use in a presentation and am not sure what kind of license to buy - there's web, print, media, unlimited (which is however very expensive). Before I ask the owner, I would like to know what is usually understood under a "web font" It thought it is code that is directly used on the website, which a display most often can't be (because of alignment zones etc.).

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  • Vasil StanevVasil Stanev Posts: 552
    edited February 24
    I'd have expected to see "broadcast" in the list instead
    It does say exactly that, my mistake.

    I went and read the FAQ and it clearly states that usage as a webfont means dynamic display of text, so the "standard" and not the "web" license should cover my needs. I posted the topic as a reference for everybody that might have the same question, and you've done a marvelous job at correctly and professionally explaing it. Thanks! 
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