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Clone of Curved Seven Segment. A variant of my previous font: the lower left segment now matches the other three corners, allowing for a symmetrical design of hexdecimal letters. Again, inspired by the LCD numbers of my Casio calculator watch and the digital screens of modern gasoline pumps. Hopefully a little more elegant than the traditional "sharp-angled" versions. Limited to hexadecimal values (A-F, a-f, 0-9), the decimal point (period .), and the colon (:).
Info: Created on 13th September 2015 . Last edited on 13th September 2015.
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Comment by Goatmeal 13th September 2015

Here's My another Alternative. Go check it out!

14 Seg LED (Custom)

Comment by Vienna Binders (AskGamerViennaBinders) 8th June 2018

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