FF Rattlescript supports 63 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German and French in Latin scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)
FF Rattlescript is a script-style font family with a handwritten look available in a wide range of weights and styles. The typeface’s open and friendly appearance recommends it to use in an informal context where other handwritten faces may appear too structured or too illegible. Rattlescript is, for this style of typeface, remarkably legible and can be used equally well as a display face or as a text face in small sizes. The family is made up of four weights: Light, Normal, Medium and Bold, each available in Plain and Oblique, including Small Caps. The name Rattlescript came to the designer during a trip to Death Valley, California when he ran across a rattlesnake. Thavenius was struck by the similarity the marks it made in the sand had to the flow of handwritten text over paper.