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A minimalistic digital LCD-esque font. I figured five panels would be the minimal number to represent the latin alphabet, as they can binarily produce 31 (excluding blank space) different glyphs, while four panels would only make 15. The numbers are duplicates of letters, so I've made a number symbol on the # to put before numbers (as in braille).
Info: Created on 24th April 2011 . Last edited on 25th April 2011.
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I know i already said it before, but i confirm : C-Munk, you're a genius ! This is so pure and effective, I want it on my watch !
Comment by Abneurone Fluid Types 25th April 2011
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 25th April 2011
Mind-blowing minimalism!
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 25th April 2011
Great. I heartily concur with ne and will!
Comment by Logan Thomason (xenophilius) 25th April 2011
A little bit hard to use but eminently necessary in itself! Creation don't support doors. Great work! Take my ten.
Comment by elmoyenique 25th April 2011
Comment by rj10328 30th May 2012
This is better:
Comment by PiotrGrochowski 28th February 2015
Piotr, I have to ask you to be respectful. Please be at least a little mature. Even if it's not mentioned, you shold always be polite and constructive.
Comment by Evie S (j4s13) 28th February 2015

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