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I'm definitely no expert, but Arabic isn't exactly usable, and Hebrew is strangely bold. The Thai's proportions are strange also. But impressive nonetheless ;)
500 more glyphs will beat CMunk's 7:12 Serif (you pushed my font from 2nd place! LOL)
It seems we both share the (I can't come up with the word) to make large Pan-Unicode fonts :) 10/10!
I know Arabic isn't exactly usable, but my rule is: NEVER. CROSS. THE. LINES.
And Hebrew? Meh, I don't know why it's bold, but I just wanted it :D
Maybe the word you were looking for is 'urge'?
And what dows tl;dr mean?
I guess I'm another sharer of the "urge" :)
You've almost beaten 7:12 with this!!!
10/10 + fav
A subtle, inline, blackletter design. Attractive and eminently usable.
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