Remember how you used to adjust the margins on your school papers so you could write a little bit less? If you’re still in school, remember how you still do that? Now, at long last, there’s a font that will do all the cheating for you: Times Newer Roman.
According to its creator, the digital agency MSCHF, the typeface “kinda looks like Times New Roman, except each character is 5 to 10 per cent wider.” This means, ostensibly, that you can turn in a paper in Times Newer Roman without it being terribly obvious that you’ve downloaded a full new font instead of writing 200 more words.
Here’s a side-by-side comparison from the website. Honestly, the difference is incredibly subtle.