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I had this idea today: Make a font that writes numbers out with letters. Here it is, and it goes up to 999,999,999. Just remember to put commas to divide the thousands and millions, and end with a period :) I might make a German version.



Comment by cablecomputer 30th july 2014
A true genius!
Comment by kassymkulov 30th july 2014
mind bogglingly good!
Comment by laynecom 30th july 2014
Very clever!
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Comment by KathyTaylor 30th july 2014
Plus the number glyphs are awesome too.
And the tiny text is a whole font unto its own.
Comment by minimum 30th july 2014
Now that's what I call a 'smartfont'! I give it my whole-hearted
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Comment by Houlaiziaa 1st august 2014
I can't download it... when I do, it gives me the standard compressed folder w/ font and two text files, but the font is blank and I can't use it. I have installed Fontstruct fonts in the past and they worked.
Comment by mix12 6th august 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Numbers (English)” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 13th august 2014
I think I would've had the skills to do that, but I would've never had the idea. This is very awesome, and the creativity to think of spelling out numbers just by writing digits is genius. I've looked at the mechanics of the font, and they're just beautiful. I especially liked the way the eleven, twelve... work.
Comment by anonymous-1124364 13th august 2014
Thank you all for the nice words!

@mix12: I have added some dummy characters for a-z, and it seems to work now.

@meek: Thank you very much!

@everyone else: Thank you for the nice words.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 13th august 2014
Noticed a minor issue. The font tends to break when it wraps around. Other than that nice font. :)
Comment by StormWingDelta 17th august 2014
It’s totally terrific! :o 1000/10
Comment by arseniiv 21st february 2015

Really cool! But I find an error.

When you type 1,000,000 it says One million thousand.

It's very hard do this kind of fonts, so great job!

Comment by anonymous-1000937 30th november 2015

Just 10/10

Comment by herovblin 2nd march 2016

Have you considered making it compatible with decimals, maybe using a different ending character like `? I think you could really get more out of this idea, but as it is, it's already amazing.

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Comment by alizamohdsalleh 24th july 2021

@anonymous-1000937 When you type "1,000,000", it can be interpreted as "one million thousand", but I think it's supposed to read "one million   zero hundred zeroty zero thousand   zero hundred zeroty zero", which makes more sense.

Comment by AFontAbove 21st april 2022
Comment by AFontAbove 3rd may 2022

@AFontAbove , i find it as a bug.

Comment by Lucapri (lucapri) 16th september 2022

I think it should get fixed

Comment by Lucapri (lucapri) 16th september 2022

Guess that's why the zeroes are small? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Comment by AFontAbove 23rd february 2023

You're not supposed to focus on them.

Comment by AFontAbove 23rd february 2023

i am doing a spanish version

Comment by digitalio 7th june 2023

This is what I call a Smart Font!

Comment by Bernat Jansà Pascual 9th september 2023

ba dum tss

Comment by digitalio 10th september 2023

i also made a roman and french version

Comment by digitalio Thu, 28th march

wow, Amazing

Comment by tintucbitcoin Fri, 26th april

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