Circuit Thin

by Ashtonism

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Info: Created on 14th October 2016 . Last edited on 16th November 2018.
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Was so excited when they made the new bricks, because I had been working on CIRCUIT BOLD_M, which was a way for me to preserve a font idea that is more similar to this. Feel free to use (as specified by liscence)!

Comment by Ashtonism 4th May 2018

Love it! :D

Comment by JingYo 5th May 2018

Also, I'll take suggestions on which 7 to use. 

Comment by Ashtonism 8th May 2018

TBH, I like them both... maybe you can put one of them as an alternate...

Comment by anonymous-1520403 8th May 2018

I prefer the rounded one, it fits the shape of the other numbers. But keep the angled one as alternate, at times it might be good to have a 'straighter' glyph.

Comment by Aeolien 8th May 2018

thank you!

Comment by Ashtonism 9th May 2018

How does one make an alternate version of a glyph?

Comment by Ashtonism 15th November 2018

@Ashtonism - You can place alternate versions of glyphs a couple of different ways: (1) If the uppercase and lowercase letters are the same shape, the typical method is to place the alternate glyph in the lowercase position; (2) If the uppers and lowers are different, you can place the alternate glyph into any other unused position (example = place the alternate "7" in the "µ" position); it will be up to the font user to access the alternate version in that new location.

Comment by Goatmeal 15th November 2018

Thank you!

Comment by Ashtonism 16th November 2018

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