How is it possible or not to use a third-party font on your site?

Hi all. Sorry for lubowski question. I just don't smoke in a moment. How to understand whether it is possible to use a specific font on your website? Of course you need to look at Copyright. But first, I do not quite understand what means about the font "can be used for non-commercial purposes". If it is an online store, where can you use it? And secondly, some fonts figs you will find some information on their rights. I want the font MagistralC. Gugliada sites-collections, where this font is just stupidly laid out. Similar websites, too, can be polupiratskoy. On one is written "Please refer to the Copyright section for the font trademark attribution notices."
June 14th 19 at 18:10
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June 14th 19 at 18:12
Solution
https://www.paratype.ru/pstore/fonts/Magistral.htm partypoke a paid font.

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Old, thank you! This resource ran but briefly glancing, missed it because the font is slightly different. The font is almost one-to-one, but slightly different (MagistralC and Magistral) 59dbdd52df571819691489.png In it "eaten" all sticking down the ends of the letters, "d, C u" - different, "b" is also a little different. And they have this MagistralC there is no reason. I originally downloaded from here https://www.fonts-online.ru/font/MagistralC - eldora.Ankundi commented on June 14th 19 at 18:15
Oho-Ho... Grew up a generation that does not know about that earlier fonts are not supported 100,500 encodings in a single file, therefore produced versions for different encodings... ParaType it was:
- FontAnd - for Western code pages
FontT - Turkish
- TypeC - Cyrillic
etc.
Separately produced T1 and TT fonts that are also reflected in the name of the font. T1-fonts was in name only, TT - CTT.
With the development of OpenType and software, which began to support him, need to such division already almost there, so the producers of the fonts began to collect all these disparate fonts with private encodings in one FROM file. At the same time there is a correction circuit and/or changing the pattern of the sign. In some cases, as in the line the same was done for more faces.
Those "eaten" the ends of the letters, thanks all the same, can be found in the file in a different stylistic set (list available in the font glyphs can be seen for example here).

Summing up. MagistralC, which asks the author, this is a rough conversion of a very old version of the original commercial font. The font is subject to copyright with all the consequences :-) - drew48 commented on June 14th 19 at 18:18

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