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Why is the N like that? You're freely using slants everywhere else...
@Screenhog: I'm not entirely happy with either of the N glyphs. I found an acceptable diagonal for the large cap N, but not for the small cap. I'll keep trying, and thanks for your comment.
@Screenhog: You were right! I've revised each N character with a central diagonal. These glyphs may appear a tiny bit narrow when compared to other letters, but I'm satisfied with they way they are now.
@Yautja: I really appreciate your favorable remark!
Another elegant design Dan. 10/10
@p2pnut: Ray, I value your opinion much more highly than anyone else's, so I'm very happy that you approve! Cheers!
Diacritics and a few other glyphs were added today.
More diacritics were created this morning.
Beautiful font! Reminds me of my Pixperience, but even better. 10/10
@winty5: Thanks for your favorable comment!
A subtle, inline, blackletter design. Attractive and eminently usable.
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