Pendule Ornamental

by Scott Lawrence (bleullama)
See also Digital LCD by thijmen, 7 Segments by drago003.

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This specialized ornamental/display font has been created explicitly for use in a digital clock, or other digital display situations. Two different styles of digits are provided with as A-P and a-p. The digits 0-9, and A-F, as seen on LCD and LED displays are included, along with colon(:), decimal(.) point, and negative sign (-)
Info: Created on 4th July 2009 . Last edited on 18th May 2010.
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Though not the first of its kind, it looks quite perfect and useful. Umlaut Llama at U,V,W is a nice touch. How about making an Italic version? 10/10
Comment by Frodo7 27th May 2010
Thanks, Frodo7. I needed to put my fingerprint in there somewhere. ;)

I hadn't considered an italic version. I'll start playing around with that. :D
Comment by Scott Lawrence (bleullama) 28th May 2010
good!!! nice!!!
Comment by thijmen 27th February 2011
i wanna clone this one. may i? :D
Comment by Adien Gunarta (Adien Gunarta) 27th February 2011
Go for it, Adien!
Comment by Scott Lawrence (bleullama) 27th February 2011

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