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Info: Created on 21st April 2012 . Last edited on 23rd April 2012.
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Comment by thalamic 24th April 2012
"Aaah!" meaning pleasent? familiar? surprising? maybe even terrifying?
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 24th April 2012
Sure fresh! The "x" is the only one a little bit "strange" for me.
Comment by elmoyenique 24th April 2012
Yeah, I know the 'x' is a bit weird, but it was the best I could come up with so far. It is still subject to change ;)
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 24th April 2012
It was a combination of two comments. The one before was 'Oooh!' for some other fs.

It meant, 'Nice work. I like the overshoots while using the standardish bricks creating a pleasant style and interesting glyphs.' But you knew all that therefore just the 'aaah.' :-)
Comment by thalamic 25th April 2012
I can see the potential for an interesting upper case...
Comment by four 30th April 2012

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