Frutiger 55 was the winner of the crude typo-battle I hosted in my mind this week (I felt really sorry for poor Gill Sans, one of my top-5 of all time). I want to use it for a Web App that is hosted in different client's servers (client buys the app, the app is hosted in their server, although it can be accessed from different regions), and I'm a bit confused about which license is the correct one.
According to Linotype, Frutiger 55 is NZ$ 53.00 for a standard License (maximum of 5 computers at one single geographical location, or a single LAN). Last time I checked, it didn't have a Web version, but it now links to fonts.com, and they say it can be self-hosted and used in an unlimited number of sites.
Which font/License would be the one I need in this case? Since users are not going to have the font installed in their computers, is a web license the right way to go? Or should it be a license per server? This is Linotype's list of desktop licenses, maybe it's the Webserver License? Thanks!
Edit: I'm quite sure it's NOT a Web Server License because the font will be "read only"
Edit: I found some more info on licensing fonts for apps but it only applies to MyFonts.com.