Native Solitreo Font Integration - Solitreo Project

Introducing new native Solitreo integration on LadinoType!  Yesterday, Dr. Bryan Kirschen and Nathan Gross of Documenting Judeo-Spanish released The Solitreo Project, a fully functional native Solitreo computer font that works across computer applications, websites, or anywhere you want to see Solitreo!

Inspired by this release, I worked late into the night to integrate the font into LadinoType.

New Documents

Now you can select the Solitreo Project font in the font selector when writing any new document.

Existing Documents

You can also view any existing document in the new font too!

Copy and Paste

Once your text is rendered, you can even copy and paste it into other computer applications if you have the font installed on your computer.  Here is the text copied into a Microsoft Word document.

Compare Tool

Check out the compare tool today to see how the Solitreo Project font looks compared to the other fonts available on LadinoType.

Try it out today!

Introducing the New LadinoType

I am excited to announce that LadinoType has been rebuilt from scratch with state of the art technology and contains a ton of new features.  Whether you are a regular LadinoType user, tried it once or unsuccessfully attempted to register in the past, I encourage you to give the new LadinoType a try. 
  1. For an overview of the new LadinoType, see this video.
  2. Due to security enhancements, you will need to reset your password at the Login page.
  3. If you haven't previously verified your email address, you'll be asked to do so when you first log into the site.  
  4. If you would like to receive periodic updates about LadinoType, you can subscribe to the new newsletter.

Thanks so much for your support over the years.  If you have any questions or run into any problems, feel free to browse the help center at or contact me by emailing or pressing the help icon at the bottom right of any page on