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Perhaps look and see if there is another font file type available rather than either the .otf or .ttf that you are currently using.
Many people will often say something along the lines of
OpenType is better
Or occasionally TrueType is better
Just have a look at these example links:
However the truth is somewhere in the middle.
OTF is more modern and generally gives more options but sometimes depending on how much of the original file is just a TTF converted or an "Actual" OTF will determine the result.
I have however also heard the counter argument that TTF is better because its been around longer so whilst you "supposedly" (I'm not a typography expert) can't do so much with it... It's been tried and tested therefore what you see is what you get.
Sometimes faulty display of fonts will be down to something in the file type not being read properly... So whatever the font file you have installed for that font... find the other version.
This should solve 80-90% of most peoples problems.
If the problem persists then come back and we will look into this further.
Thanks so much! I followed your advice and tried finding .otf version of the font. I contacted the company I bought the typeface from but thought I'd have to wait few hours until they respond, so I tried one of these online file converters and changed all my .ttf to .otf and installed them again. Worked perfectly