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Clone of Numbers (English). That was easier than expected. This time thousands are seperated by periods and numbers are ended with comma, like so: 1.234.567,
Info: Created on 29th July 2014 . Last edited on 6th March 2016.
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how to write 0 - 9?
Comment by regular_one 30th July 2014
Well, yes, I noticed that. Right now, you can write it as 07, which will give "sieben (undnullzig)". But I think I can fix it.
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 30th July 2014
FÜNF looks awesome to look at and exotic to my eyes.

Why not Danish?
Comment by minimum 30th July 2014
I'm working on the Danish version ;) I just wanted to make German, because more people speak it, and it Works about the same. My only problem right now is "halvfjerds" (seventy) which has 10 characters - one more than my maximum of 9. But I'll see what I can do with kerning ;)
Comment by Christian Munk (CMunk) 30th July 2014
It looks like it would be a great way to teach people the German number set!
Comment by ETHproductions 1st August 2014
@ETH: Thats what i downloaded it for. I will Show it to my students next semester. As an example for an interesting sign system
Comment by regular_one 1st August 2014
@ente3000 Have you tried using a different program other than LibreOffice? (examples: Wordpad, Notepad)
Comment by Umbreon126 16th September 2014

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