An even-more-modernized version of Geneva 9, one of Apple's system fonts in Macintosh System 1.
Full list of changes:
• Removed extra space after lowercase y
• Re-redrew # symbol (more condensed)
• Added even more Unicode characters
• Checked accuracy of font in emulated MacPaint; added characters (e.g. integrals) that were in original font but not Geneva 9.1
• The accented and unaccented lowercase a's were in fact different in the original font, but I made them both double-story here for consistencyThis is a clone of Geneva 9.1
A clone of Geneva size 9, way back from the original Macintosh. Created by referencing MacPaint 1.4 in Mini vMac.
As far as I know, it's complete and accurate to the first version of the font. Most characters have a one-pixel space immediately after them, and no space before them, with the result that generally, there is a one-pixel space between each pair of characters. Some characters, like "A" and "«", defy this convention; I've made them match the original font, even in cases (like "A") where I didn't see why the deviation was necessary.
A version with more accented characters, modernized punctuation (such as larger # and lowered /\), and tighter spacing is here: http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/1304775/geneva-9
Font from Betrayal At Krondor, (C) 1993 Dynamix / Sierra On-Line. Bitmap typeface that starts and ends most chapters in the greatest computer RPG of all time, "Betrayal At Krondor". Now 100% accurate, thanks to Flowswitch at the xBAK forum. Based on "Venice" by Bill Atkinson (one of the the original Macintosh system fonts) and "Naples" from EA's 'Deluxe Paint II Enhanced'.