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This is the first font I ever made since I obtained its first debut on January 25th, 2019. As you might have guessed, this is Computer System 5x20, but only the font you see has its size of 48 pixels.

I have also used Combining Diacritical Marks for this type of unicode only because not only it works with combining a diacritical mark into this letter, it can also be used for international/worldwide purposes.

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This looks better so far, although these diacritical marks appear to be glued to every glyph/set of the font, it can't be viewable in this web... But you can edit it in Fontforge if you like!

I can agree to that type of pixelation - this sums up the Computer Age!

Comment by Takuya Harris Murakami (Idota Chatrkinsky) 8th september 2021

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