by The_MAZZTer

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Had as many of the ASCII characters as FontStruct supports, including the extended ASCII characters (some greek, spanish, latin characters).


some characters seem to be broken, like lower-case w, which is unfortunate because i want a dos font for my linux consoles :(
Comment by leilei 10th may 2008
Hi Leilei. It looks like The Mazz hasn't yet completed his 'w'. In the meantime, you might like Armstrad CPC Extended.
Never was an amstrad user though, and that font isn't quite DOS'ey (like the G seems 'melted'). It's also not one of the tall VGA fonts like this one. Thanks anyway though!

I might have to clone this just to add in the missing letters.
Comment by leilei 10th may 2008
Go for it. That's what the buttons for. Your DeConKit is great too, btw.
Comment by Stephen Coles (Stewf) 10th may 2008
Whoops! Don't know how I managed that. Added "v" and "w" to the font. Sorry. >_>

One of the things I wanted to do with this was make it mono-spaced to indeed use in terminals and consoles. Unfortunately it doesn't seem possible to make a monospaced font with FontStruct without actually making all the letters the same width (even then, you can't change the width of a space). However if they provide a tool to manually adjust letter spacing I will be sure to update my font.
Comment by The_MAZZTer 12th june 2008

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