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I like this quirky, individulistic design.

You have set yourself a bit of a problem with the a, g, e and s as it is difficult to achieve the same white space a the other glyphs.

The g could easily be modified to be consistan simply by bringing the descender down (to the same level as the j) ... you would then need to make the descender of the y the same.

With the a, e and s you could use half bricks to gain a bit more white space - I suspect this would not notice in most sizes.

I have attempted a few alternatives:
Comment by p2pnut 22nd september 2011
Comment by p2pnut 22nd september 2011
Comment by p2pnut 22nd september 2011
Thanks for the suggestions, p2pnut. I have added alternative e and fix some letters
Comment by cablecomputer 22nd september 2011
I've download this font and the letter u, v, w changes to letter a. Why is this happen?? I re-edit it but nothing happens. It changes to the letter a again!?
Comment by cablecomputer 23rd september 2011
I downloaded this and the same thing happened. I then cloned it and looked at the u, v, w and they showed up as a's. Then I went into Preview and back again ... the u, v, and w were normal again!

No idea why this is happening, but I'm sure Mr M. will have the answer - send a message through Support/Contact.

Comment by p2pnut 23rd september 2011
Aha, Fixed!
Comment by cablecomputer 25th september 2011

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