by oren.watson

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This is a pixel font I designed for programming and terminal use at 12pt (or 16pt on Mac). With this, you can discuss linguistics, advanced mathematics, and APL programming on IRC without the characters going all fuzzy because it had to go to a backup font.
Info: Created on 25th March 2012 . Last edited on 20th September 2015.
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Added Armenian, Georgian, and Glagolitic. I'm not sure how those characters are supposed to look so I drew off of the Unicode PDF's, so if someone who knows one of those languages could comment that would help.
Comment by oren.watson 14th September 2015
Since the Flash-based demo takes forever to load, go here for a demo containing every character in my font. Green characters in the demo are newer.
Comment by oren.watson 15th September 2015

what about the red c haracters, they might not appear in word...

Comment by brynda1231 3rd September 2016

So many sets! You have a lot of patience and interest in getting the glyphs right for your projects. There are still many people who need these sets in programming. Well done, it looks good. I like your additions :)

Comment by Aeolien 4th September 2016

Its okay if you have to use 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 bricks, you just double the size

Comment by brynda1231 16th September 2016


Comment by Multivberse (Multinia) 2nd January 2017

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