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var NSFontClarendonSerifsClass: Int

The font’s style is a variation of the Oldstyle Serifs and the Transitional Serifs.

var NSFontFreeformSerifsClass: Int

The font’s style includes serifs, but it expresses a design freedom that does not generally fit within the other serif design classifications.

var NSFontModernSerifsClass: Int

The font’s style is based on the Latin printing style of the 20th century.

var NSFontOldStyleSerifsClass: Int

The font’s style is based on the Latin printing style of the 15th to 17th century.

var NSFontOrnamentalsClass: Int

The font’s style includes highly decorated or stylized character shapes such as those typically used in headlines.

var NSFontSansSerifClass: Int

The font’s style includes most basic letter forms (excluding Scripts and Ornamentals) that do not have serifs on the strokes.

var NSFontScriptsClass: Int

The font’s style is among those typefaces designed to simulate handwriting.

var NSFontSlabSerifsClass: Int

The font’s style is characterized by serifs with a square transition between the strokes and the serifs (no brackets).

var NSFontSymbolicClass: Int

The font’s style is generally design independent, making it suitable for special characters (icons, dingbats, technical symbols, and so on) that may be used equally well with any font.

var NSFontTransitionalSerifsClass: Int

The font’s style is based on the Latin printing style of the 18th to 19th century.

var NSFontUnknownClass: Int

The font has no design classification.